Moritz Grossmann

A place of origin is a realm that fulfils the need for identity, security, and individualism in life. In the 19th century, Moritz Grossmann found it in a small town in the Ore Mountains: Glashütte. In his atelier there, the exceptionally gifted pioneer developed technically outstanding watch models.

More than 100 years later, watchmaker Christine Hutter discovered the heritage of Moritz Grossmann in Glashütte and established a new manufacture. Today, this is where ancestral craftsmanship is reinterpreted with modern technology.

The beginning of a new era in the name of Moritz Grossmann: Schönstes deutsches Handwerk.


In keeping with the concept of “manu factum”, everything is “made by hand”


The precision of our timepieces lies in the hands of experts. In keeping with the concept of “manu factum”, everything is “made by hand” at Moritz Grossmann – from the smallest detail to the complete movement.

The innovative spirit of our eponym comes alive in our ateliers. This is the point of departure for a collection that is rooted in traditional craftsmanship but totally committed to the present.

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