Video: Stephen Forsey On The Art Of High-End Finishing At Greubel Forsey
by Ian Skellern
Today’s watch components are produced with relatively high levels of finishing straight from the machine, so having company artisans, watchmakers, and technicians spend hours, days, weeks, and even months beveling and polishing might seem like a waste of time (and money).
In this video by The Watches TV, Stephen Forsey explains why superlative hand-finishing is such an important element in the timepieces of Greubel Forsey.
If you missed it, check out Does Hand Finishing Matter? A Collector’s View Of Movement Decoration.
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