The horological-inspired Bridge writing instrument launched by Geneva watch brand TF Est. 1968 combines exquisite writing art with pure production technology: it is a true mechanical mechanism and real moving parts that accompany the gesture of calligraphy .
The Bridge writing instrument by TF Est. 1968
The Geneva watchmaking brand has inspired a new collection of collectors who continue to offer these exquisite accessories, choosing delicious candy colors and various coatings for elegant shirt cuffs, sometimes set with diamonds, precious stones or semi-precious stones. The brand experimented with a variety of materials, including carbon fiber’s seductive color choices (its two defining codes), which in the process enhanced the image and facilitated the distribution of its true Swiss watches. In an already overcrowded market, TF Est. 1968 opened new doors with cuff links.
Freddy D. Tschumi, founder of the world-renowned Swiss brand, has worked for famous watch brands around the world and is a sequence designer. His latest work, Bridge Palladium Ballpoint Pen, restarts coding at the heart of his success with playful display of fully functional watchmaking parts. He now applies them to the art of fine calligraphy. What self-respecting watch enthusiasts and fans of micromechanical engineering may not buy ballpoint pens? The sealed sapphire crystal part reflects the real watchmaking mechanism? Such an instrument is also a bold statement, it can not only serve as an interesting talk, but also highlight the passion of watchmaking.
Charming, streamlined, perfect balance … designed and developed from complex tabulation methods. Harmonious, symmetrical and attractive Bridge is a combination of aesthetics and function. The comfort and convenience of use make Bridge equally suitable for relaxing or luxurious.
Source: TF Est. 1968