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Arachnophobia / MB&F + L’Epée 1839


Arachnophobia is the latest clock that MB&F has created in partnership with L’Epée 1839. The eight-day movement is arranged in a linear fashion, with the balance at the head end, and the mainspring barrel at the other; the body of the spider is formed by the main going train, motion works, and dome-shaped dial. The clock is available in black, or yellow gold finishes, and Swiss retail prices are CHF 15,300 for the black version, CHF 17,500 for the gold-plated version — via HODINKEE

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