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Laine is a professional watchmaker who packed up his family and relocated to the heartland of watchmaking. In the small city of Le Locle, upon the Jura Mountains in Switzerland, Laine uses the tools of his trade and his ingrained expertise to handcraft award-winning watches. Laine received the Lange Watchmaking Excellence Award in 2014, which offer the highest monetary award of any watchmaking competition in the world. A graduate of the prestigious Finnish School of Watchmaking, Laine has worked alongside the renowned Lange & Sohne in Germany and Voutilainen in Switzerland.
Case making_ Sanding and polishing...with very black hands. Dirty business
Upgraded tools ready for hair spring work
Case making_ Milling and drilling the case back
Finished operating spring. A watchmaker perhaps should wear protective gloves when handling sharp ob
Getting closer and closer..
Running man...or maybe a artistic nose...
Finished chronograph operating lever
First polising test with hour hand
And now anglage under the microscope
Laine Classic Chronograph soon in Singapore 31.7. to 2.8. Contact by email or DM for private viewing
Happy to be in London next monday - it has been too long since last visit!
When making balance wheel and white gold weights the book Watchmaking by George Daniels helped me a
First Finnish Watch Fair in Helsinki! Excellent event - thanks for everyone! #independentwatchmaking
10 Story of how I won the Lange Watchmaking Excellence Award__The production started
Laine 1817_ Alligator strap with deployment butterfly or pin buckle
On the road again...
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