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Perpétuel fake watches announces new collection of DEREK PRATT LEGACY pieces

fakePerpétuel fake watches, the one-stop destination for watch enthusiasts throughout the Middle East, announces its latest collaboration with the legacy of the late Derek Pratt, one of the most talented watchmakers of the 20th century.

Entering the National Watchmaking College as an apprentice to Smiths in 1956, Derek Pratt subsequently worked for the former head of the College, Andrew Fell. Originally, the company sent him to Switzerland, where he worked on developing a watch to be used in aircraft black boxes. Derek Pratt finally settled in Switzerland in 1965, successfully transferring some of his watchmaking microengineering skills to the burgeoning electronics industry.Replica Watches Store

However, Pratt’s love for watchmaking had not abated, and after his first meeting with Peter Baumberger of Urban Jürgensen, he decided to start his own company, producing small precision parts for other watchmakers, including George Daniels, and restoring mostly historic Replica Watches Store. Prestige.

In addition to his freelance work, Derek Pratt became the head watchmaker at Urban Jürgensen and produced an excellent series of pocket watches, inspired by his hero Breguet. The dials were exquisite, for he had learned to use the straight-line and pink-turning machines he had acquired after the quartz crisis. He was also responsible for the motorized dials of Urban Jürgensen’s wristwatches.

In his last decade, Derek Pratt concentrated on recreating the famous H4 clock, with which John Harrison (1693-1776) had won the Longitude Prize. He preferred to say that he was “doing another one” instead of a replica.

In addition to his freelance work, Derek Pratt became the head watchmaker at Urban Jürgensen and produced an excellent series of pocket watches, inspired by his hero Breguet. The dials were exquisite, for he had learned to use the straight-line and pink-turning machines he had acquired after the quartz crisis. He was also responsible for the motorized dials of Urban Jürgensen’s wristwatches.

In his last decade, Derek Pratt concentrated on recreating the famous H4 clock,

with which John Harrison (1693-1776) had won the Longitude Prize. He preferred to say that he was “doing another one” instead of a replica.

“As Derek’s widow, it’s not easy for me to express my own thoughts on watchmaking matters,” says Jenny Pratt. “And now, 13 years after Derek’s untimely death, I am proud to be involved in this exciting new project,

which Luca has described far better than I have. Working together with Luca and his team and having the opportunity to meet Hamdan and Melika has been very inspiring.

Perfect Fake WatchesI am very impressed by your fervent desire to keep Derek’s name alive. And, along with Derek’s daughters Caroline and Mary, I’m really looking forward to seeing how this project evolves in the years to come. The prospect of an upcoming series featuring motor-spinned dials is particularly close to my heart,

as they will echo Derek’s beautiful handcrafted dials. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude for the harmonious collaboration that I have experienced in recent years with the dedicated watchmaker Luca and the Perpétuel fake team. My sincere thanks on behalf of the Pratt family to everyone involved.”

Derek Pratt was not only fascinated by traditional watchmaking techniques, but he further evolved the art,

for example integrating a remontoir into a tourbillon.

Since Derek Pratt’s death in 2009, his legacy has lived on, largely thanks to the unwavering passion of Luca Soprana,

who has collaborated with some of the most prestigious brands in the industry including Patek Philippe,

Vianney Halter and many other leading names. in the industry. Stewart Lesemann, a friend and fellow watchmaker, began working with Derek Pratt on a new wristwatch movement in 2009

and presented a prototype at the Derek Pratt Memorial Seminar organized by the British Horological Institute in 2011. Luca Soprana took over the project in 2014 with the explicit

approval of Derek Pratt’s widow, Jenny, on behalf of the Pratt family. She completely redesigned the caliber and highlighted Derek Pratt’s signature, represented by the remontoir d’égalité and the two flying barrels.

“I am truly honored to have been a part of this challenging project,” says Luca Soprana. “It has been very inspiring to have the support of Derek Pratt’s family in making the first wristwatch under his own name and the

opportunity to collaborate with an enthusiastic team like Perpétuel Gallery in developing this unique brand. Derek’s idea was to prove that his favorite “remontoir d’égalité” system would work just as well on a static

escapement as on a tourbillon and this watch is the real demonstration of his idea. I am very satisfied with the technical results and grateful to have had the opportunity to complete what

he would have done if his health problems had not stopped him.

What I’m also very proud of on this project has been the opportunity to restore

Derek Pratt’s reputation to where he should be. Despite being one of the best watchmakers of the last few decades, Derek is often forgotten,

partly because he was a very modest person who never sought to be the center of attention. Derek always strove to uphold his work ethic and propagate his watchmaking thoughts, and I hope that with our team we have been successful in this endeavor.”Perfect Fake Watches

He continues: “All the people involved in this project, the Pratt family, the Pérpetuel Gallery and Atelier 7h38 (my workshop),

have worked very hard to perpetuate the legacy of the man and the watchmaker. So all I can say is that I am very grateful to Jenny Haller Pratt, Derek’s daughters Caroline and Mary,

and the Perpetuel Gallery for their support of my team during this project. Working with all of them has been a great pleasure as we managed

to create a very good atmosphere and I am very excited about the future of our joint project”.

Given Perpétuel’s direction and focus on independent brands,

it was inevitable that Luca Soprana’s exceptional craftsmanship and fine work would attract the company’s interest.

“Perpétuel only represents the best of independent watch brands, and after a chance meeting with Luca,

I wanted to restore Derek Pratt’s storied legacy by creating a very exclusive series to reflect his exceptional work. Together with Luca, we would produce a very limited series to reflect Derek Pratt’s achievements and provide our collectors around the world with extremely rare Perfect Fake Watches bearing the name of a watchmaker who contributed so much to the watch industry,” says Hamdan Al Hudaidi.

The partnership between Perpétuel and Luca Soprana, together with the Derek Pratt family,

will feature purchasable watches that represent a unique design exclusive to Perpétuel.

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