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Watch Time|January/February 2022
"Multi-generational family-owned Swiss firms are a relative rarity in the world of luxury goods, but among them are Lucerne-based watchmaker Carl F. Bucherer and Genevan writing instrument purveyor Caran d'Ache."

The prestigious maisons have teamed up to produce the so-called Signature Moments project -a limited-edition set pairing a specially designed Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback timepiece (Ref 00.10919.08.13.98) with an equally exclusive, customized Caran d'Ache rollerball pen.

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