Audemars Piguet still makes this element by hand for extra-flat watches using purely classic methods. A presentation with Erika Meyer, a guardian of this traditional know-how in danger of becoming extinct.
In a small workshop nestled under the roof of the Audemars Piguet Museum, Jean-Charles Bratschi makes old-fashioned pocket watches. It takes him almost a year to build these exceptional timepieces that are highly prized by collectors.
The Audemars Piguet repair workshop restores timepieces that are over a hundred years old. Francisco Pasandin, head of the workshop, is the self-appointed guardian of a disappearing brand of watchmaking expertise.