Luzern | Kapellplatz | Bucherer Collection

2,800 CHF
Title   Luzern | Kapellplatz
Artist   Robert Topulos
Limited Edition   25 pieces 
Collection   Bucherer 1888 x Atelier WOCS


"Luzern, Kapellplatz," captures the epoch of Carl Friedrich Bucherer's enduring legacy, a testament to a time when the seeds of world-renowned Swiss watchmaking were being sown. It transports you back in time to the enchanting city of Lucerne, famed for its tranquil atmosphere and a long-held reverence for the fine art of horology.

This artwork masterfully portrays one of the very first Bucherer boutiques, delicately nestled in the heart of Lucerne, a city pulsating with culture and history. As the city bloomed, attracting a steady stream of affluent tourists intrigued by its tranquil ambiance and world-renowned craftsmanship, the Bucherer boutique soon found its original location inadequate to cater to the increasing demand.

Reflecting its swift ascent to prominence, the boutique found itself needing more space to accommodate the growing demand. It migrated from the intimate confines of Falkenplatz to the vibrant Kapellplatz, demonstrating its flourishing success. In 1894, the boutique established its presence in the distinguished Schwanenplatz, thereby marking a significant milestone in its growth.

This artwork invites you to immerse yourself in the evening atmosphere of Lucerne, a cityscape brought to life with meticulous detail and a tangible touch of nostalgia. It serves as a window into the past, shedding light on the bustling beginnings of a time-honored tradition. The scene depicted encapsulates the rich heritage and timeless elegance that characterize Bucherer's journey.

It pays homage to the foundation of a Maison that has withstood the passage of time, a legacy forged in the crucible of craftsmanship. "Luzern, Kapellplatz" is more than just an artwork; it's a piece of history that offers a glimpse into the origins of a prestigious brand that has shaped the world of watchmaking.





Printing technique   Étorie on fine art paper
Printing house   Atelier WOCS, Genève
Authentification   Certificate of authenticity



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