Eberhard & Co. unveils its new 1887 models that are now powered by the manual-winding EB140 Caliber.
The new 1887 Remontage Manuel
The new 1887 model comes in a 41.8mm stainless steel case and is available in two different versions: One with rhodium-plated numerals and indexes and the other with gold-plated markings.
A white dial
The white dial has a slightly vintage feel with its Clou de Paris motif and trapezoidal date window. This shape of the window was common in some of the brand’s historical models. The dial also features an “Eberhard & Co. Chaux-de-Fonds” logo that is part of the brand’s heritage and dates back to the early 1900s.
A new manual-winding caliber
The new manual-winding Caliber EB140 can be seen through a sapphire crystal case back. This movement indicates the hours, minutes, seconds and the date and has a power reserve of 40 hours.
The timepieces come fitted with unique straps made of Jacquard silk featuring a particular floral design in a choice of blue and white, or blue, brown and white.