Table Waltz Jubilee

575 000 kr


Table Waltz Jubilee


After 100 years, Carl Suchy & Söhne is proud to present a table clock of the new generation: the Table Waltz, boasting the in-house movement CS-T-1, which was developed over two years, illuminates every room with Viennese splendor. 

The silky-matt case of 25 cm and refined in meticulous hand- crafting smoothly merges with the movement, endowing the table clock with its understated elegance and a radiant appeal. The special model is limited to 10 pieces and created for watch lovers who appreciate the value of the Viennese sense of time. Only at the full hour will the delicate chime of the silver bell remind you of the time. 


Every detail represents Viennese craftsmanship: the hand-polished and engraved glass on the front and back (in partnership with J & L Lobmeyr) fits seamlessly into the coni- cal shape of the brass case and offers a dramatic light-flooded stage to the seemingly floating movement. The movement consists entirely of Austrian individual parts: plates, pins, and the open-worked gears in characteristic Carl Suchy & Söhne-design illustrated by award winninger Designer Rainer Mutsch, which constantly create new openings and shapes when moving, were specially handcrafted in Lower Austria by our watchmastermaker Therese Wibmer. 

The inside of the case is given a colorless glossy finish, to make the polished skeletonized in-house movement CS-T1 shine. 

The Table Waltz is a special model made by Carl Suchy & Söhne. The table clock with specially developed in-house movement is handmade in a strictly limited edition with the highest quality standards of watchmaking art in the Vienna.

The minimalist design language of the Table Waltz is characterized by clean lines and reduction to the essentials. The dark, silk-matte case, merges with the movement in a flowing fit and gives the table clock its simple elegance and powerful aesthetics. The special model is limited to 10 pieces and created for watch lovers who appreciate the value of the Viennese sense of time. Only on the hour, the delicate sound of the silver bell reminds you of the actual time.

Technical specifications

  • In-house movement CS-T-1 in the characteristic design of Carl Suchy & Söhne, made in Austria
  • Seven-day power reserve
  • 14 ruby jewels
  • Plate: brass
  • Screws: blued steel
  • Gear wheels: high gloss polished brass
  • Bell: Gold plated
  • Case: nickel plated plated brass, inside colorless glossy lacquered
  • Nickel-plated brass
  • Conical shape fits the movement
  • 25.5 cm height – 14.5 cm width – 8.5 cm depth
  • Weight: about three kilos
  • Designed by the renowned designer Rainer Mutsch
  • Hand cut and engraved glass on the front and back side
  • Engraved limitation number (1-10)
  • Hour- minute and chime on the hour (lockable)
  • Integrated key winding with overwind protection
  • The table clock with specially developed in-house movement is handmade in a strictly limited edition with the highest quality standards of watchmaking art in the Vienna.

About Carl Suchy & Söhne


2017 the Viennese legacy watch brand returned with the „Waltz N°1“


Founded in 1822 by Austrian watch-maker Carl Suchy, the renowned watch brand counted the likes of Emperor Franz Joseph, Empress Sisi and Sig- mund Freud amongst his distinguished customers. After one century as the sole watchmaker for the Habsburg roy- alty, Carl Suchy & Söhne disappeared with the demise of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 2017, the brand has revived.


The Viennese legacy brand returned in 2017 with an iconic model: The Waltz N°1, a watch that is inspired by Viennese Modernism and the works of architect Adolf Loos, who marked the golden age of Austrian art. The automatic timepiece features a caliber by Vaucher Manu- facture Fleurier, which is reworked by Swiss watchmaker Marc Jenni, a former member of the Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI). In 2018, the watch brand presented a skeleton version of its best-seller.


Renowned worldwide, the pompous Austrian capital’s coffeehouse culture and the illustrious balls held at the imperial courts have been the basis of the Viennese art of living since the beginning of the 20iest century. With its rotating “Waltzing Disk” in place of the second hand at 6 o’clock, the Waltz 1 and its declinations honor an époque of artistic and intellectual effervescence, in which time counted little: once a minute, its guilloche-pattern on the disc aligns with that of the dial.


1796 Carl Suchy was born in Prague, the «royal metropolis» and second cap- ital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

1812-1819  Apprentice years with famous German watchmaker Franz Lehner. Wandering years in German and Switzerland, the cradles of Euro- pean watchmaking.

1822  26 -year  old  Suchy  opens his shop in Prague. His technically advanced pendulum and wall clocks match the market-leading English and Swiss models and win countless prizes. Official sup- plier to the Imperial Court since 1835, Suchy has 35 employees and gains a good reputation well beyond the Empire.

1844 Thanks to his watches, which „exceed the highest expectations in regard to elegance and technical per- fection”, Carl Suchy is appointed the first and for many years only “Watch Purveyor to the Royal and Imperial Court”.

1849  As Suchy’s sons join the paren- tal business, „Carl Suchy & Söhne” is founded. The watches are produced in the Austrian manufactory as well as in the Swiss branch and are regularly displayed at world fairs in Paris, London and Vienna.

1863  Carl Suchy & Söhne opens a shop in the center of Vienna and holds the title of Purveyor to the Royal Courts for three generations until the decay of the Habsburg Empire in 1918.

2017  Revived by Robert Punken- hofer, an internationally renowned art and design expert, the Viennese legacy watch brands returns in 2017 to Basel with the Waltz 1, whose skeleton version is presented in Basel in 2018.


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