Thorsten Hahmann

Milan, Prague, Augsburg, Wuerzburg and of course, Nuremberg were central watchmaking cities in the 16th century. In fact, Nuremberg is home to Peter Henlein, one of the first artists in Europe who, in 1520, designed a precision pocket watch using small quantities of iron and steel. Centuries have passed since this first pocket watch was created and in the 20th century wrist watches took off on their victory lap, a trend which still continues today.

Master watchmaker Thomas Ninchritz, the third generation, produced high-quality wristwatches in a small Nuremberg studio. From the Swiss base ETA 6497 and ETA 6498 respectively, watchmaker Thorsten Hahmann has created high-quality works of art in elaborate manual work since 2017, which make the heart of a watch enthusiast beat rapidly. 

Noteworthy here is the intricately crafted 3/4 plate (fitted with the "Cotes Circulaires" and the bolted gold chatons), but the highlight is undoubtedly the hand-engraved movement engraved by a master engraver from Glashütte / Saxony and the balance cock with swan neck. The high-quality immaculate case made of stainless steel, steel / gold or 750 gold like with stepped bezel, anti-glare sapphire crystal and screwed band webs. 

An elaborately crafted silver dial, partially guilloche, with clean print and the matching blued or rhodium-plated steel hands round off the picture of the wristwatch - a robust and solid work, which by the Volllendo activities receive a high standard of quality as well as stable value. 

All manufactured wrist watches are registered from the outset in a list of works. Likewise, development of our artwork are judged and the whereabouts are traceable.

Thorsten Hahmann


Address: Am Seegraben 4, 99099 Erfurt, Germany
Phone: 0361-23 00 53 09