Koppel Collection

KOPPEL GRANDE DATE ANNUAL CALENDAR - 41mm / 1.6in, Automatic Mechanical

18 kt. yellow gold
Koppel 3515424 https://www.georgjensen.com/europe/watches/mechanical-watches/koppel-grande-date-annual-calendar---41mm-%2F-1.6in-automatic-mechanical/3515424.html
€ 11.995,00 € 5.997,50
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A masterpiece in understated luxury, the Koppel Grand Date Annual Calendar wrist watch in 18 karat yellow gold with an alligator skin strap combines sophisticated good looks with superb technical performance. Its pared down white dial, with minimalist time points, a second hand dial and a date calendar, stands as a perfect example of clarity and functionality.

Henning Koppel is one of our most prolific and well loved design collaborators. With a career spanning decades, his work stands as a benchmark for Scandinavian modernism and remains as relevant and beautiful now as when first created.

The Koppel Grand Date Annual Calendar watch features a 41 mm 18 karat yellow case that holds a Swiss automatic mechanical movement. The strap is luxurious brown alligator skin.

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  • Item number: 3515424
  • Materials: 18 kt. yellow gold
  • Launch year: 2014
  • Make: Swiss Made
  • Movement: Swiss Automatic Mechanical (Dubois Dépraz 14950/ETA 2892A2 with GJ rotor)
  • Functions: Hour, Minute, Second, Grande Date, Month
  • Water resistance: 3 ATM
  • Case Diameter: 41 mm
  • Case Height: 12.3 mm
  • Case Material: 18 kt. yellow gold
  • Case-back: Screw-down with double curved sapphire crystal window
  • Crown: Push-in
  • Crystal: Convex, double curved sapphire crystal
  • Dial: WhiteEnamelInset
  • Strap: Brown alligator skin
  • Clasp type: ArdillonBuckle
  • Clasp material: 18 kt. yellow gold
Meet the designer
Henning Koppel

Henning Koppel showed an early talent for art, leading him to train in both drawing and aquarelle early on. He continued studies in sculpture at the Royal Danish Academy and later in Paris. His superb drafting skills, developed as a child, helped him in to produce outstanding product renderings of his designs.