A Tremblage in steel, from German independent Moritz Grossmann. The Tremblage is so named for its dial, which has been tapped over 100,000 times with a burin by hand to achieve this incredibly intricate and time-intensive finish. The calibre 100.1 is inspired by tradition German pocket watch architecture, with frosted German silver plates, clear jewels set in chatons, and ample hand engraving. It is all set in a very modern 41mm mirror-polish steel three-piece case. The Tremblage is a love letter to doing things the hard way with time and effort for the most beautiful result possible.