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Speake-Marin Line - Piccadilly



Speake Marin Models

 

Piccadilly

Speake-Marin Vintage Tourbillon Speake-Marin Quantieme Perpetuel
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Vintage Tourbillon
18k Gold - $98,800
Platinum - $116,200

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Quantieme Perpetuel
18k Gold - $63,800
Stainless Steel - $53,900


Speake-Marin Serpent Calendar Speake-Marin Piccadilly with Hand Engraved Dial
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Serpent Calendar
18k Gold - $28,600
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Piccadilly with Hand Engraved Dial
$30,100

Speake-Marin Piccadilly with Frosted Dial Speake-Marin Piccadilly with White Enamel Dial
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Piccadilly with Frosted Dial & Arabics
$15,400
18k GOld - $28,000
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Piccadilly with White Enamel Dial & Romans
$25,900
Stainless Steel - $12,700

Speake-Marin Piccadilly with White Enamel Dial Speake-Marin Piccadilly with Cream Enamel Dial
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Piccadilly with White Enamel Dial & Arabics
$25,900
Stainless Steel - $12,700
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Piccadilly with Cream Enamel Dial & Arabics,
and 18k gold crown
$13,100

Speake-Marin Shimoda

Shimoda - Stainless Steel with
White Enamel Dial
Single Blued Steel hand to represent time
Ref: PSH3E4
Priced at $14,300
18k Gold - $27,500

Speake-Marin Piccadilly [Back]

The Movement

The basic movement is a modern calibre ETA2824 originally designed in 1971. This calibre follows a classical design from the 1950's, it has a large balance ensuring precision time keeping as well as a solid construction. Its design allows me to remove the entire automatic mechanism and reconstruct it to my own style and finishing following that of The Foundation watch. I also modify and replace the motion work (the gears driving the hands) and the seconds wheel in relation to the extra thickness resulting from my dials. The setting lever spring is also replaced. The rotor wheel is hardened steel, hand bevelled and polished with a large mass fitted underneath.

Each movement is tested first for the precision of the time keeping over a 2 week period, starting before the automatic mechanism is placed on the movement and then continued after the automatic mechanism is mounted.

The timing required is a variation of under 10 seconds in 5 positions with a gain from + 1 to +6 seconds per day.
Further tests are made to ensure the efficiency of the automatic mechanism with the use of a simulator to continually move the watch into every conceivable position for set periods of time. The rotor winds the mainspring as it rotates in both directions.

FW2012 engraved on each bridge is the reference I give this movement once it has been transformed.

Speake-Marin Movements