This masterpiece from the Erwin Sattler manufacture is not just a precision clock according to the classical definition but, with the Opus Temporis, it also has a “perpetual calendar” with three-dimensional, hand-painted moon phase. This turns in front of a funnel that is studded with ten brilliant-cut diamonds and impressively illustrates the night sky. From a technical point of view, its calculation and conversion are also fascinating, and only have to be corrected by one day every 120 years. Furthermore, this fine longcase clock delights owners with its sonorous half-hour strike.
Its character is complemented by the features of the Troja. When you press the remote control, 16 programmable watch winders move forward behind the pendulum clock. The database that comes with the clock contains the parameters for more than 8,000 wristwatch models. Each wristwatch thus receives exactly the amount of energy that is recommended by the manufacturer. A safe, which is hidden behind a closed door in the base of the clock, has drawers in which to store other collectibles and treasures such as chains, rings and manual winding wristwatches.