The Atmos clock is a very high-precision instrument manufactured with technologies that only the Jaeger-LeCoultre master-clockmakers are capable of handling. Invented in 1928 by Jean-Léon Reutter, and then perfected and manufactured by Jaeger-LeCoultre, the Atmos clock came close to fulfilling the ancient dream of perpetual motion. It lives from generation to generation and celebrates countless special moments. It is this vocation as a messenger and a witness to time that gave rise to the idea of offering personalised engraving of Atmos clock windows.
The sandblasting technique used enables meticulous craftsmanship suitable for applying both lettering and sophisticated patterns (family crests,…). The personalisation pattern is outlined by a “protective coating”, known as the transfer. It will then be revealed by means of the sandblasting which frosts the glass. Finally, the protective coating is removed. Personalised sandblasted patterns on the Atmos clocks are distinguished by their careful and subtle execution.
You also have the option of personalising your Atmos by mounting on the base a gilt or rhodium-plated brass plaque measuring 8 cm x 1.5 cm.
• a date
• a text of 3 lines maximum in a regular or italic font (see example)
• a logo
• a drawing