By the end of the 19th century Havana was synonymous of elegance, class, glamour, luxury and a unique and inimitable lifestyle, it was known as the Pearl of the Caribbean.
It was with this spirit and honor to these values that the Cuervo y Sobrinos family managed both the jewelry shop and the watch-making atelier with competence and dedication.
In less than half a century, the synergy between the Latin spirit and Swiss manufacturing quality seduced the Americas so much so that, in the first half of the 1900s, Cuervo y Sobrinos established itself as a renowned luxury watch brand made in Switzerland.
Faithful to its Latin soul and Swiss manufacture that inspires all of its creations, Cuervo y Sobrinos celebrates the occasion of the 135th anniversary of his constitution. To mark this prestigious accomplishment with an iconic piece of his collection, the model Historiador Clàsico is a tribute to the key figure responsible for the restoration program of Old Havana and its historical center.
The watch is combined with an elegant Cuervo y Sobrinos writing instrument
The first model of the 135th Anniversary will be a limited edition of only 135 pieces available both in 18 karat rose gold and stainless steel with manual winding movement and small seconds at 6 o’clock, a timeless masterpiece.
This timepiece, tribute to the watch-making tradition of the Brand, available with an exquisite velvet black dial, has “baton” indexes and “1 3 5” applied to the corresponding hours to celebrate the 135th anniversary.
For this occasion, the watch is combined with an elegant Cuervo y Sobrinos writing instrument, also numbered.
Essential is the well-known “Humidor” that Cuervo y Sobrinos uses to present its jewels, specifically created to accommodate both the watch and the writing instrument.