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  • Eberhard & Co - Monte-Carlo Concours d'Elegance

    The 4th Edition of the « Monte-Carlo Concours d'Elegance » by Eberhard & Co. took place on the mythical Port Hercules of the Principality of Monaco from April 4th through April 7th 2013, joining forces on this occasion with the famous glass manufacturer Lalique, and the Monaco Motor Legend - Monaco Motor Show. These shows' series have encompassed since 2010 vehicles that have shaped the modern automotive history. After some weather uncertainties rapidly cleared away by a bright sunshine, these events have gathered more than sixty booths representing the classic car world through clubs, professionals, and renowned European collectors.

    Mecca of luxury and exceptional automobiles, the Principality of Monaco was able to house within the Monaco Motor Legend and the Monte-Carlo Concours d'Elegance by Eberhard & Co. a panel of some 150 exceptional vehicles, of which 25 cars beyond standards, registered to the competition. These "elegant beauties" have previously been rigorously screened by Yves Rebet whose control and expertise were particularly focused on the historical interest and the rarity of each model.

    The Swiss watch manufacturer Eberhard & Co., as main sponsor of the event, on this occasion had the opportunity to pay tribute to Tazio Nuvolari « le plus grand coureur d'hier, d'aujourd'hui et de demain » (Ferdinand Porsche). Visitors could admire at the same time private collection vehicles of SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco, as well as the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 "Monza" (1931), kindly lent by the Alfa Romeo museum, on which Tazio Nuvolari won the Monaco Grand Prix of 1932.

    On this occasion, the emblematic Eberhard & Co. collection has been presented, starting with the iconic model Chrono 4, the first chronograph in the watch history equipped with 4 aligned counters, the 8 Days model distinguished by an exceptional movement reserve and of course the Tazio Nuvolari collection, inspired and dedicated to the impressive Mantua pilot.


    After a joyful parade in the streets of the Principality and on the mythical Grand Prix race track, the "Carabiniers" of S.A.S. Prince Albert II of Monaco allowed the privilege to greet these racing and smart classic cars on the famous Palace Square to pose for a commemorative photograph. Afterword, the exceptional convoy, with a motorcycle escort of the Monaco Police, headed to the Port Hercules, streaming in front of the jury.


    Animated by Claude Julian, a recognized Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix speaker, the jury was ruled by Mario Peserico, Managing Director of Eberhard & Co., assisted by Regis Deweer and Yves Rebet as master of ceremonies, with the task to deliberate the winners of the 2013 edition.
    The nominated laureates have been awarded with the Lalique trophies, "Speed", "Victory" and "Eagle". Emblematic partner of the event, Lalique is universally recognized as the major French glass Maison of the 20th century.
    Mario Peserico, on behalf of Eberhard & Co., delivered the "Best-In-Show" award: a prestigious        Chrono 4 Wall-Clock, an object in which the watch-making expertise of the Maison that created the emblematic Chrono 4 chronograph meets interior design. 

    Here below the winners details :
    Best-In- Show " Eberhard & Co. Prize "
    Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 1949
    Corrado Lopresto
    Lalique Prize GT Cars
    Alfa Romeo 6C2500 1949
    Corrado Lopresto
    Lalique Prize Convertible of the 50's
    Jaguar XK 120 1955
    Penny Palmano
    Lalique Prize Pre-war Vehicles
    Citroen Traction Coupe 1936
    Laurence & Thierry Bouchot
    Lalique Prize Originality & Creativity
    Cisitalia 202 1947
    Giuliano Bensi
    Lalique Prize Classic cars & Speed
    Salmson GSC 1926
    Camille Bourges
    Lalique Prize Unrestored vehicles
    Alfa 1750 C 1931
    Andre Binda

  • Concord - C1 BlackSpider

    An eight-legged anthropod equipped with a tourbillon movement. A creature that imposes its own vision of mechanics and design. C1 BlackSpider is a predator on the prowl. Its prey is time. Its weapon is empty space. Its technique is surprise.

    Born in vitro in the C lab, creator of avant-garde watchmaking, the C1 BlackSpider spins a world in which time is caught fast in its web and beats to the rhythmical oscillations of a tourbillon mechanism. Its original concept is a closely interwoven combination of aesthetic and technical elements. The case and movement form an inseparable whole, one being the natural and almost organic extension of the other. This symbiotic relationship engenders an absolute timepiece, the epitome of total design, in which performances go well beyond mere mechanics. Boldly proclaiming its difference, the C1 BlackSpider is a 25-piece limited edition, and its caseband carries a raised disk bearing the individual series number enhanced by a diamond-polished finish, thereby setting the seal on a symbolically charged watch that is unique in its kind.
    The 47 mm-diameter case crafted in titanium provides the passing hours with generous scope for expression. Its 13.55 mm depth transforms empty space into a formidable weapon. The movement plate serving as a dial is placed at the very bottom of this area, and its eight "legs" embedded in the case radiate an air of powerful determination strangely reminiscent of arachnid predators. The whole design is permeated by a pervasive sense of weightlessness. The grooved monochrome finishing on the plate reveals its dark and intimidating side: like a black widow spider suspended in mid-air, the creature allows the hour and minute hands to sweep over its abdomen, while holding the tourbillon firmly in its grasp. The latter is fitted on a sapphire plaque fastened to the mainplate and screenprinted with the Concord logo.

    The C1 BlackSpider is a worthy representative of the Concord species. Its ultra-light titanium shell surrounded by rubber tabs merges technology and design while remaining faithful to the brand's fundamental construction principles: reliable sturdiness, a laterally-screwed protective ring, a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment and encircled by "ramparts", a fortified crown, and a perfect fit. This unconventional model displays a fascinating and paradoxical blend of density, volume, depth and lightness.
    The hand-wound 19-jewel C105 movement revealed through the transparent caseback has a three-day power reserve and oscillates at a rate of 21,600 vibrations per hour. The finishing and decoration of the sandblasted and polished bridges set the finishing touch to the design of the watch. The matt vulcanized rubber strap is secured to the case by four self-locking screws, while the iconic lug-free attachment construction ensures a unique flow.

    The eminently masculine C1 BlackSpider watch boldly asserts its sophisticated temperament and its vigorous design. It treats the sophisticated mechanism of one of the greatest horological complications to a spectacular stage-setting entirely governed by creative instincts.
    25-piece limited series.

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