Saga by Tabbah

The Saga launched in 1986, and became Tabbah’s heritage watch style; the first of a special generation to join an exclusive family of uniquely stylish wristwatches bearing the Tabbah name. Its special vertical rectangular design caught the attention of discerning clientele who understood it to be a masterpiece of design engineering. For 2011, Tabbah reintroduced the Saga women’s wristwatch in a limited edition new shape that is horizontal rectangular. The first two exclusive styles to launch are the Saga Sea and Saga Diamond.

Saga by Tabbah

The Saga launched in 1986, and became Tabbah’s heritage watch style; the first of a special generation to join an exclusive family of uniquely stylish wristwatches bearing the Tabbah name. Its special vertical rectangular design caught the attention of discerning clientele who understood it to be a masterpiece of design engineering. For 2011, Tabbah reintroduced the Saga women’s wristwatch in a limited edition new shape that is horizontal rectangular. The first two exclusive styles to launch are the Saga Sea and Saga Diamond.

The Saga Diamond is a stylish showcase for exquisite stones.

Saga Diamond

Representing Tabbah’s heritage as a house renowned for bespoke high jewellery, the Saga Diamond is a stylish showcase for exquisite stones. 436 diamonds with a total carat weight of 37.97 carats sit on a white gold setting. Tabbah’s know-how in the creation of delicate bracelets ensures this glittering timepiece has suppleness and silky movement when worn: marrying comfort with ultimate glamour. This immaculate timepiece’s heritage has been wrought from skilful craftsmanship and the expression of refined design culminating in a watch that brings together the ultimate horological know-how with the art and style of high jewellery. The Saga Diamond has been produced in a limited edition series of three numbered pieces.

Saga Sea

A work of art in its own right, the Saga Sea Dial features a submarine scene inspired by a mural fresco located in the Grand Hotel des Thermes in Salsomaggiore Terme in Italy. The real mural spans some 2 by 3 meters, and the Sea Dial is a tribute to this creative work, reinterpreting details on a dial that measures 2.45 by 1.65 centimeters. The challenge to retain detail and use exquisite materials and stones was achieved by husband-and-wife team Olivier and Dominique Vaucher in Switzerland who work with the world’s most prestigious watch brands and who accepted the commission as one of the most complicated and delicate operations they have undertaken. The creation of each dial takes four months. The Saga Sea Dial has been produced in a limited edition series of 10, and there are five colour combinations. The colour choice in the dial is mirrored with the shade of the alligator skin strap. The Ardillon buckle is set full pavé in diamonds.