Watch trunk

Time-keeper écrin

The watch trunks are one of the "classics" of the great trunk-makers, appealing to collectors of exceptional timepieces.

The Maison Malles jm continues this tradition with a trunk that combines innovation, originality and tradition.

Opening the lid reveals seven removable écrins, arranged on a rotating tray, each able to accommodate a timepiece and serve as a carrying box. This unique staging sublimates the whole.

Opening the two butterfly doors reveals a display area, illuminated from above, to showcase a single piece, in this case an Atmos clock by Jaeger-leCoultre. Drawers above hold watches, bracelets, cufflinks and other accessories.

Exterior sheathed in Anthracite grey grained cowhide leather. 
Écrins exterior in in nubuck silver young bull leather.

Interior lined with lapi-lazuli suede.

Slate grey cowhide leather edges, studded with nickel lozine nails.
Black croupon leather handles lined and saddle stitched.

Nickel jewelry.
Dimension: L28.3 x H34.4 x W29.9 inches
Mysterious Écrin
The hanging box

An écrin that seems to float in the center of an aerial trunk structure.

Its transverse opening reveals a watch with a grand complication that seems to float at the center of the structure.

The watch thus becomes the center of all attention and is sublimated by the trunk structure that becomes a frame.

Carmin colored dipped lambskin exterior.
Interior in black colored suede goat leather.

Grenadine plunged lambskin rims, studded with brass lozine nails.

Pull tab in natural croupon leather sewn with linen thread and saddle stitch.

Jewelry entirely made of solid brass.
Dimension: L15 x H15 x W15 inches
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