Paul Ditisheim Watches


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.

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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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Paul Ditisheim
Solvil Paul Ditisheim

Popular Paul Ditisheim Watches
Platinum and diamond watches from the 1920’s and 1930’s
Paul Ditisheim Solvil
Paul Ditisheim Solvil Military Pilot’s Style
Paul Ditisheim Solvil Estate Watch
Paul Ditisheim Solvil Art Deco Wrist Watch


6 Comments

  1. PETER FRANCIS December 3, 2016

    I have a Paul Didisheim watch with diamond’s #222310 I think for sale.

  2. kayla cambern May 28, 2016

    i have a paul ditisheim ladys wrist watch its 101311 serial number its 14k I’m wondering about it.

  3. Robert Howard December 1, 2015

    Hello —

    Do you know whether Paul Ditisheim ever made a repeater watch? I am considering buying a pocket repeater watch that only has “Chronometro Ingold” marked on the dial. There are no marks on the inside of the watch. Is it possible that they produced a pocket repeater watch with no markings that identify Paul Ditisheim – as he has done on some of his other watches.

    Thank you very much for your help.

  4. Mary Lou January 13, 2014

    I have a Paul Deitisheim rose gold and diamond watch #002426 on back probably from the 1940 or 1950 looking for a vaklue to sell

  5. Gabriel Calle November 3, 2013

    I hope to get information and some history about a wath from 1912 with the indian head carved in front. many thanks for all the information you can give me.

  6. Martin Jeeves February 10, 2013

    I have a Titus 17 jewels ladies watch with the number 1104896 on the back and was hoping to get some information on it’s history ect. many thanks.

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