Devoid of hands yet ultra-classical in style, the Trilobe displays
the time with the aid of three revolving rings: the hours on the
outside, the minutes on the middle disc and the seconds at
the centre. The latter, entirely openworked disc brings the dial to life, showing
glimpses of the mechanism’s components. It reproduces
the design of one of the most famous stained-glass windows
of the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris in the form of a double trefoil,
called a “trilobe”. More trilobes can be spotted in the shape of
the three fixed markers pointing to the hour, minute and second.
This self-winding mechanical movement developed by Jean-François Mojon has been patented and is driven by a highly modified 2892 calibre. Power reserve of 42 hours. Movement composed of 42 functional rubies and 246 pieces.
Hours, minutes, seconds subdial displayed by rotating rings and fixed indices