423 x 423 x 387 mm SEAGOING TIMEPIECE AND OBJET D’ART The first Thomas Mercer chronometer of the 21st century is
penned by world renowned superyacht designer Andrew
Winch. The ebony macassar body and its intricate marquetry
are the works of master cabinet maker David Linley.
CELEBRATING HOROLOGY, YACHT
DESIGN & CABINET-MAKING

Taking its form from the shape of a traditional winch, the
Classis boasts an innovative gimbals suspension that keeps
the movement horizontal at sea, upholding Thomas
Mercer’s longstanding reputation for precise accuracy.
HIDDEN SECRETS
The winding key, hidden in a drawer inset into the macassar
ebony panel. On the case, satinwood panels feature the names
of 12 ships made famous by legendary voyages of discovery.
Images of the ships are engraved on the pedestal base.
Known as “chronometer escapement”, its unparalleled accuracy
is the result of low energy consumption and friction. Its ovalising
balance features a bar that forces the balance into an oval shape
and does not expand or contract with changes in temperature.
SPRING DETENT ESCAPEMENT
Tabletop clock in collaboration with Winch Design and David Linley Furniture

SEAGOING TIMEPIECE AND AN OBJET D’ART

The first Thomas Mercer chronometer of the 21st century is penned by world renowned superyacht designer Andrew Winch. The ebony Macassar body and its intricate marquetry are the works of master cabinet maker David Linley.

Regulator Clocks for London luxury interior designers

CELEBRATING HOROLOGY, YACHT DESIGN & CABINET-MAKING

Taking its form from the shape of a traditional winch, the Classis boasts an innovative gimbals suspension that keeps the movement horizontal at sea, upholding Thomas Mercer’s longstanding reputation for precise accuracy.

Tabletop clock in collaboration with Winch Design and David Linley Furniture

HIDDEN SECRETS

The winding key, hidden in a drawer inset into the Macassar ebony panel. On the case, satinwood panels feature the names of 12 ships made famous by legendary voyages of discovery. Images of the ships are engraved on the pedestal base.

Regulator Clocks signed by Winch Design and Viscount Linley for London luxury interior designers

SPRING DETENT ESCAPEMENT

Known as “chronometer escapement”, its unparalleled accuracy is the result of low energy consumption and friction. Its ovalising balance features a bar that forces the balance into an oval shape and does not expand or contract with changes in temperature.

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