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Ellicott pocket watches were most prized by high-ranking nobility and monarchs. They all appreciated the high quality level of these masterpieces. Today, Ellicott pocket watches are exceptional showpieces significant to the public and to collectors. 

The Ellicott watchmaking dynasty began in 1687 in London, when one John Ellicott was apprenticed to the watchmaker John Waters. John Ellicott did exceptionally well, and today he is credited with the invention of the world's very first centre seconds hand. 

The preeminence of the Ellicott name and brands was further accentuated by the second generation. Following in his father's footsteps, John Ellicott II learned the watchmaker's trade. His talents were such that, by 1738, he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society. 

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John Ellicott II's numerous accomplishments included the design and construction of public clocks, such as the one at London Hospital. He perfected the cylinder escapement and adapted his innovation to his own use. John Ellicott II also devised an ingenious compensation pendulum. He was held in high esteem by his peers, and was appointed Watchmaker to King George III. 

In his day, John Ellicott II's timepieces were prized in royal and aristocratic circles for their truly exceptional quality. Embodying the finest values of English horology, his pocket watches continue to fascinate experts and the public alike, and remain rare and treasured prizes for the most discerning collectors. 


Recent Innovations

In the 21st century, Ellicott has continued to develop and introduce remarkable and significant innovations.

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Royal skeleton

This Ellicott timepiece is timeless and elegant with exceptional craftsmanship. A design that echoes the classic Master Complication RS38 model, yet with contemporary elegance and purity, the result is a profile where every line, dimension and proportion works in harmony.

The extremely meticulous finishing with open-worked bridges reveals its most tiny components, enhancing the fabulous hand-wound movement.


  • ERSK130-1
  • Open worked skeleton case
  • Hand wound movement
  • 18K pink gold
  • 42mm / 11mm (thick)
  • 149 components
  • 21 jewels
  • 48 hour power reserve
  • 50m water resistance
  • Alligator buckle strap

Master Complication RS38

This outstanding, innovative timepiece is a tribute to John Ellicott II and the rich history and tradition of technical innovation and artistic design that encapsulates Ellicott today.

The RS38 has a hand-wound mechanical movement with a display of the hours and minutes and boasts seven complications.

At a profile of just 5.10mm, it is the world’s thinnest minute repeater movement with a perpetual calendar and moon-phase display.


  • EMRPC-RS38
  • World’s slimmest mechanical perpetual calendar movement with minute repeater, GMT and Moon phase
  • Hand wound
  • 18K pink gold
  • 42mm / 10mm (thick)
  • 388 Components
  • 30 Jewels
  • 38 hour power reserve
  • Alligator buckle strap
  • 30m water resistance
  • Sapphire Caseback
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Majesty MG3 Automatic

With the circumferential rotor, a new automatic movement era is born. Providing 70 hours power reserve, it features hours, minutes, a running seconds that is off - centered at 10 o'clock, and a date calendar at 3 o'clock.

The Majesty comes with an unmistakable, softly rounded cushion-shape case carved from blocks of gold, while the bezel is in tantalum. The apertures in the dial and the back reveal the intricacies of the movement. A tasteful timepiece with novel styling, it is destined to become a classic of contemporary horological elegance. 


  • MG3-BA
  • Cushion shape case
  • Self-winding circumferential movement
  • 18K pink gold / Tantalum & titanium
  • 42mm / 11mm (thick)
  • 253 Components
  • 31 Jewels
  • 65 hour power reserve
  • 30m water resistance
  • Alligator buckle strap

Majesty Chronograph

A modern, stylish design, with a cushion shape case and inverted pushpieces. The Majesty Chronograph features an automatic movement coupled with a 18k gold circumferential rotor.

The guilloché large dial has a central display of the chronograph that is animated by a red hand and has a 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock and a second-counter at 9 o’clock.

The bezel, large crown, and chronograph pushpieces all are in 18k gold.  The dial is big and bold, with large hour indexes.

The sapphire cross-shaped case back is open for full visibility of this advanced and unique movement.


  • MG3-CH
  • Cushion shape case
  • Self-winding circumferential movement with rotor in 18K pink gold
  • Chronograph with 30-minutes and seconds counters
  • 42mm / 13mm (thick)
  • 315 components
  • 48 jewels
  • 65 hour power reserve; when the Chronograph is working 100% of the time, 45 hour power reserve.
  • Sapphire Caseback
  • 30 m water resistance
  • Alligator buckle strap
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Springfield Tourbillon

The extremely technical Springfield Tourbillon by Ellicott expresses the talent of its master watchmakers with an impressive array of exclusive technical and aesthetic characteristics. 

The tourbillon is one of the finest 18th century inventions. It serves to compensate for variations in rate due to changing position of the wrist, thereby guaranteeing its precision. 

The motion of the oscillating weights is asymmetrical - a system inspired by the shape of butterfly wings - and dampened at the end of its path by ball-bearing clicks.

The tourbillon fitted in the movement reveals the delicate intricacy of its mechanism as well as the elegance of its lyre-shaped carriage.


  • ECW1
  • Cushion shape case
  • Hand wound tourbillon movement
  • Two oscillating rotors in gold 18k with butterfly winding system
  • Tantalum
  • 45mm / 16.5mm (thick)
  • 343 components
  • 85 hour power reserve
  • 30m water resistence
  • Alligator buckle strap

Lady Tuxedo Chronotimer

For the contemporary woman, Ellicott has created the Lady Tuxedo, a watch that will accompany her throughout the day and into the evening.

Sculpted from the noblest materials, it displays a resolutely distinctive personality through its curved cambered shape design and extremely sensual lines.

The sparkle of the full pave diamonds adorns its outlines and reveals its beauty, while the crown is set with a black onyx cabochon.

The Lady Tuxedo Chronotimer is equipped with a self-winding chronograph movement featuring 1/5th of a second time measurement along with a 30-minutes counter and small seconds.


  • LTC1-100-PG
  • Cambered rectangle case
  • Self-winding movement, Chronograph
  • 18K pink / white gold
  • 44mm (length) / 17mm (thick)
  • 316 Components
  • 33 Jewels
  • 37 hour power reserve
  • 612 brilliant cut IF & VVS diamonds, (approx. 7.4cts)
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New collection
coming soon in 2018

Ellicott new collection



At its stands at Basel World in recent years, Ellicott has introduced and released of some of its most important innovations, including the Majesty Chronograph (2011), the Master Complication RS38 (2013), and the Royal Skeleton (2013). 



Please contact Ellicott's sole exclusive distributor for Asia:


Patio De S. Domingos N° 21
Edf. Cheong Wa Un Gf/A, Macau



Ellicott Address Information

Rue Numa-Droz 146
Case postale 495
CH-2301 La Chaux-de-Fonds / Switzerland

Tel.  +41 32 913 10 32
Fax. +41 32 913 10 34