The Beyer Watch

The design of this watch emulates the giant timepiece that hangs outside the Beyer shop. It has served as a trademark for decades, and can be seen from a long way off on the Bahnhofstrasse.

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Watch Creators in guest exhibition at Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

05/06/2014

The Beyer Clock and Watch Museum is showing works by 16 members of the Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants, AHCI (Horological Academy of Independent Creators).

This is a unique opportunity to admire the outstanding artistic talents of top independent watchmakers. The AHCI was founded in 1985 to provide a platform for watchmakers who create extraordinary handmade timepieces without being bound to any particular brand. 

Last October, some of the members of the AHCI attended the Annual General Meeting at the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum. The idea of an exhibition materialised in the course of a lively conversation with René Beyer. As a result, 16 independent watchmakers will be presenting their innovative designs at the Museum over the period of one month. Among the exhibitors are last year’s winners of the “Grand Prix d’horlogerie de Genève”, Kari Voutilainen, Vianney Halter and Philippe Dufour. Visitors can look forward to fascinating and unique creations such as a “Mysterieuse Tourbillon”, as well as unconventional works by Miki Eleta and one-of-a-kind watches designed by Vincent Calabrese.

Watch Creators in guest exhibition at Beyer Clock and Watch Museum

May 6th to June 6th 2014, Monday to Friday, 2.00–6.00pm

On the following days, the exhibitors will be presenting their timepieces in person: 

  • 08 Mai 14-18 h: Miki Eleta
  • 09 Mai 14-18 h: Andreas Strehler
  • 12 Mai 14-18 h: Miki Eleta (accompanied by classical music from the Balkans between 2.00 and 2.30 pm)
  • 13 Mai 16-18 h: Marc Jenni
  • 15 Mai 14-18 h: Paul Gerber
  • 16 Mai 14-18 h: Felix Baumgartner
  • 20 Mai 14-18 h: Beat Haldimann
  • 21 Mai 14-18 h: Frank Jutzi
  • 22 Mai 14-18 h: Felix Baumgartner
  • 23 Mai 14-18 h: Andreas Strehler
  • 26 Mai 14-18 h: Vincent Calabrese
  • 27 Mai 16-18 h: Marc Jenni
  • 28 Mai 14-18 h: Frank Jutzi
  • 03 Juni 14-18 h: Beat Haldimann
  • 04 Juni 14-18 h: Aaron Becsei
  • 05 Juni 14-18 h: Valerii Danevych
  • 06 Juni 14-18 h: Valerii Danevych 

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