Giving life to art: Clock movements by L'Epée
L’Épée was founded in 1839, the year when John Davidson Rockefeller Sr. was born, and Louis Daguerre took the first photograph of the moon. Today, the company is based in Délémont, in the Jura Mountains, the cradle of Swiss watchmaking tradition. When The Unnamed Society approached Arnaud Nicolas at L’Épée, it was clear that more than the right partner had been found for creating the impossible that defies imagination: a kindred spirit.
“We immediately felt a tingling sensation when The Unnamed Society approached us about incorporating horological movements into their imaginings. It continues unabated with each new project, and each new seemingly insurmountable challenge that is ultimately overcome. Rarely has working with time, already a passion of ours, been so full of surprises and so completely rewarding.”
Arnaud Nicolas, CEO of L’Épée.