Tissot Pendant 1878 160th Anniversary Mechanical

Limited edition 160 pieces


Tissot Pendant 1878 160th Anniversary Mechanical

NOK 96,395.00
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The Tissot Pendant 1878 represents a very important stage of Tissot’s long and rich history. It was in 1858 already that the founder’s son travelled to Russia to broaden the Tissot horizons. The Tissot Pendant 1878 was a watch sold in Russia in 1878. It has a double opening, with a beautiful engraving on one side and of course, the time on the other indicated by fine hands and Arabic numerals. The seven diamonds on its case contribute to the sophistication of the beautiful pendant watch which will add great sophistication to any lady. They are set in a way which maximises the gorgeous reflections surrounded by 18K gold detailing and case. The beautiful and colourful patterns and arabesques reflect the design of that time, an art of its own. Tissot proudly honours its heritage with this stunning Tissot Pendant 1878 watch for ladies.

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    2 Years of Warranty

The Tissot user's manual give information about the use, the settings and the maintenance of the different Tissot watches.



Tissot pledges to guarantee the origin and quality ‒ including colour, clarity and carats ‒ of the diamonds in its watches. All Tissot diamonds meet the certification requirements of the Kimberley process, an international system for certifying rough diamonds.
Mechanical Movements

Mechanical Movements

A Tissot mechanical movement contains an average of 100 finely manufactured parts. The balance wheel lies at the heart of the movement and ensures its accuracy. With its constant backwards and forwards movement, the balance and the balance spring divides the time into equal portions, thereby accurately regulating the movement of time. The movements of the balance spring, called oscillations, are what causes your watch to “tick”. The balance wheel’s total oscillations equate to 385,000 turns a day.