The original and spectacular ONLY INDIA is a one-of-a-kind creation representative of Indian culture.
It notably features a unique Martian meteorite, Shergotty, which fell to Earth on 25 August 1865 near Sherghati, in the state of Bihar, India. Ateliers Louis Moinet are proud to pay tribute to this country through an authentic horological work of art.
Original from 1865 | Unique in the world
Original from 1865
Unique in the world
Fell to Earth on 25 August 1865 near Sherghati, Bihar State, India
Kept in a London Museum | Known as the Shergotty meteorite.
It is of global significance, as it represents one of the three categories of Martian meteorite: Shergotty, Nakhla and Chassigny. It is also extremely rare, as among the world’s 72,000 classified meteorites, less than 300 are from Mars, of which 200 come under the Shergotty name.The peacock is the national bird of India because of the rich traditions it evokes. For thousands of years, it has been considered a symbol of immortality and fertility.
High-precision tourbillon movement, awarded First Prize in the International Chronometry Competition.
21600 VPH (3 Hz)
Authentic peacock feather
The dial base is made from a real peacock feather, giving it a natural iridescent effect.
The peacock is the national bird of India because of the rich traditions it evokes. For thousands of years, it has been considered a symbol of immortality and fertility.
The hand-engraved applique represents 20 spokes of the eternal wheel of the law of Dharma, embodied by the Ashoka chakra found on the Indian flag. The sense of movement suggested by the wheel is highlighted by the micro-painting delicately applied to the different spokes and in the centre of the engraving.
Hand-engraved 18-KT gold case
18-KT gold case
The decoration is inspired by motifs representing the grandeur of India.
The lugs are accentuated by four rubies lighting up the engraving.
The world's best movement
ONLY INDIA is fitted with the legendary LM-35 movement, winner of the latest International Chronometry Competition.
The elegant dial includes a technical touch: a view of the tourbillon’s rotating cage. Inside, the balance spring, anchor and anchor wheel perform a full rotation every minute.