With its two new “Chocolate Brown” models unveiled at Geneva Watch Days 2023, the Maison horlogère Gerald Charles continues to expand its product portfolio. A catalog that has won over lovers of exceptional timepieces and top celebrities alike.
Founded in 2000 by watchmaker Gérald Charles Genta, after he sold his Gerald Genta brand, now owned by LVMH, Gerald Charles has established itself as a prestigious Maison adored by connoisseurs of confidential timepieces.
Although he was in charge of design until his death in 2011, Gérald Genta remained at the helm of his new company for three years, before selling it to the Italian Ziviani family. The designer passed on his sporty, elegant style to his teams. Today, Octavio Garcia, former Artistic Director of Audemars Piguet, is responsible for the artistic direction of the collections, while 2,000 watches leave the Gerald Charles workshops every year.
Two new ‘Chocolate Brown’ models have recently joined the Swiss-based brand’s range. These are the Maestro 2.0 Ultra-Thin and Maestro 3.0 Chronograph models, equipped with a 40mm case in pink gold and a dark brown rubber strap.
The Maestro 2.0 Ultra-Thin is powered by calibre Ref. GCA 3002 Manufacture, a 3.7 mm-thick automatic movement with time and date functions. The Maestro 3.0 Chronograph is equipped with calibre Ref. GCA 3022/12, an automatic chronograph movement based on the GCA 3002 and measuring just 6.07 mm thick.
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