CARL F. BUCHERER’S MANERO COLLECTION: WHERE FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP AND CONSUMMATE AESTHETICS MEET.
The craftsmanship involved in watchmaking is impressively demonstrated in the Manero line from Carl F. Bucherer.
The name of the family derives from the Latin word manuaria, which means “that which is guided by hand.” All Manero models represent the traditional and consummate craftsmanship for which the watch brand, based in Lucerne, Switzerland, is renowned. It is a craft that goes back to 1919, the year Carl Friedrich Bucherer, the company’s founder, launched his first watch collection. The practice of the craft is still writ large at Carl F. Bucherer, as many of the company’s superb models testify. The Manero ChronoPerpetual, Manero CentralChrono or the Manero MoonPhase, to name but a few, all combine a maximum of sophisticated, precision mechanics with elegant aesthetics.
It is good to know that this combination still exists in the watch industry. Even better, it is something that goes without saying at Carl F. Bucherer.