The late Raymond Weil's vision - eponymous founder of the watch Brand-  led to the creation of a company which, over the course of almost four decades, has gained international renown and remains to this day one of the last few independent family-run watchmakers. Elie Bernheim, grandson of the founder and CEO of the family business since April 2014, is offering today a unique limited edition timepiece, paying fitting tribute to his grandfather's life's work.

It is this same independent and valiant spirit which drives Elie Bernheim today, both in his way of understanding the market and in his involvement in creating and designing the models of the Raymond Weil collections.



Maestro Raymond Weil Limited Edition, ref. 14845-GC5-6500. © Raymond Weil

The Maestro Raymond Weil Limited Edition watch is subtle reference to Raymond Weil's favourite complication: this COSC-certified chronometer houses the automatic RW1926 movement, equipped with a 42-hour power reserve. Each timepiece is engraved with a unique number on its movement and comes with a certificate issued by the COSC official organization. The 45mm 18K rose gold case shelters a silver dial featuring Raymond Weil’s hand-written signature. The chronograph pushbuttons sit on both sides of the crown and allow for the chronometer to start, stop, restart and reset.

Un décor « côtes de Genève » orne la masse oscillante squelette portant le monogramme Raymond Weil.



A "côtes de Genève" decoration embellishes the skeleton oscillating weight adorned with the Raymond Weil monogram. © Raymond Weil


This 100-piece numbered limited edition tribute timepiece is fitted with a brown alligator strap equipped with a folding clasp with double push security system and 18K rose PVD coating. It is presented in a prestigious box made of olive tree wood and bearing Raymond Weil’s signature.



The watch is delivered in a box made of olive tree wood. © Raymond Weil


To pay homage to Mr. Raymond Weil, the Brand asked its partners and friends
around the world to choose the one word that best describes its founder according to
them. Click on the large image at the top of the page to view the video.