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Cuervo y Sobrinos, a Swiss brand with a latin touch, returns to its rich roots and revisits one of its extra-thin watches from the 1950s. The name of this symbol comes from the guilloché on the dial, known as “flameante” for its unique flame effect which brings out the beauty of the magnificent indigo blue. A limited edition of 50 timepieces with a pink gold case, for each American state.

It’s to be noted that this model, the Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Flameante Blue Edition Gold got more than 3 850 Likes on Chronollection‘s Facebook page.


Hand winding
Diameter 23.30 mm
Height 2.50 mm
Power reserve 42 hours
17 rubies
Bridge on wheel mechanism decorated with “Côte de Genève” fan pattern, slate-coloured treatment
Case 18 kt. 5N gold
Water resistant to 3 ATM
Screwed see through case back with sapphire crystal
Strap Louisiana alligator

Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Flameante Blue Edition Gold