Louis Vuitton Tambour

A masterpiece of design simplicity and technical innovation, the Tambour watch is a timeless beacon in the world of contemporary watchmaking.
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This meticulously crafted and stylish celebration of Tambour, Louis Vuitton's line of modern luxury watches, marks the 20th anniversary of its creation. The first Tambour model launched in Japan in 2002 and became an instant classic, with its signature drum-shaped case (tambour is French for 'drum'), superb Swiss engineering and innovative, uncompromising aesthetic. Essays by journalist and luxury watch expert Fabienne Reybaud explore the creative origins of the Tambour design and the history of Louis Vuitton watches, along with the precision work of the Geneva watchmakers behind the brand's reputation for excellence. A Catalogue of all Tambour models and exclusive interviews with leading watch connoisseurs make this a useful resource for collectors.

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French language

Fabienne Reybaud
Thames & Hudson
24.89 x 33.02
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