Paul Ditisheim (1868 – 1945) was a watchmaker from Geneva, Switzerland. He started learning how to make watches with his family’s company, Vulcain until 1892. He then started his own brands, Solvil and Titus and sometimes he also used Ditis and his own name Paul Ditisheim.
Paul Ditisheim was also well known for his advancements in chronometers and also inventing the affix balance. By 1903, his watches won many contests including the Kew Observatory contest and the Neuchâtel Observatory contest. In 1912, he set the world’s chronometric record of the Royal Kew Observatory.
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Solvil Paul Ditisheim
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Platinum and diamond watches from the 1920’s and 1930’s
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