By its very nature, The Mutiny Chronograph exceeds the requirements of the “Swiss Made” label and is manufactured by the Swiss artisans of Meerson. It is a statement: genuine creation and craftsmanship do not need to carry a “luxe” price, once they are unburdened by industrial constraints and unnecessary intermediaries.
The Mutiny Chronograph, sporting a bespoke Pacific Coast Galvanic dial.
The Mutiny is our interpretation of luxury for today.
Vintage MEERSON Chronograph imagery
Designer Alexandre Meerson once again challenges the codes of classic watch design and brings in a distinctive timeless silhouette that projects effortless elegance. The Mutiny is infused with MEERSON’s history dating back to the 1950s when our connection to high fashion placed our creations apart.
This watch retains the sharp creativity, precision and distinctive style of MEERSON: it embodies strength and finesse – it is timeless and projects a sense of understated luxury. The design is reminiscent of the first foray of Alexandre Meerson in the family House in the 1980s, when he was initiated to horology in his father’s workshop, and started wearing the first Chrono of the House. (More about our story here)
The vintage Mutiny Chronograph, on the wrist of Martine & Howard
Its lines are clean, organic and orb-like. They are evocative of a talisman, a small stone made smooth and round by the relentless action of the elements. The watch’s characteristic wire-type lugs are gently tapered and curved, as the use of contrasting metal finishes enhances the streamlined and elegant form.
On the wrist, the watch is supremely comfortable – another signature of the House of MEERSON. At 40mm. the diameter is ideal. The arched case-back, the reassuring weight, and the refined bespoke straps are instrumental in creating a perfectly balanced timepiece.
The Mutiny Chronograph, with a bespoke DLC (diamond-like carbon) case.
The Mutiny Chronograph, with a Bespoke galvanic dial and carbo fibre strap.