The Poya is a Swiss ritual consisting of ascending the cowherd up to the mountain pastures for the sunny season. A return to simplicity and a celebration of nature. Mirroring this festive alpine procession on a finely cut metal sheet delicately set on a cow’s horn dial, Graham pays tribute to beliefs and usages from our ancestors. Looking back to its past is always inspiring to move forward.
Calibre G1747, automatic chronograph , 28'800 A/h (4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber. Power reserve : 48 hours. Movement certification Chronofiable® (improved shock absorption)
Hours, minutes, seconds. Chronograph (seconds, 30 minutes counters). Date at 9 o'clock.
Brown and white cowhide leather
10 Bar / 330 Feet / 100 m
The dial features the “Poya”, a traditional Swiss art of paper-cutting
which consists of making symmetrical art forms.
On black paper, only the shades and outlines of the figures are left, giving a lace effect.
The typical Poyadepiction, linked to rural traditions, shows the climb of the cow herd to the mountains pastures. Combined with a brown and white cowhide strap, the watch pays tribute to the Swiss heritage of beliefs and usages as well as the memory of ancestors.
Dedicated watch box repeating the design of the dial