Based in Florence, Italy, Giuliano Mazzuoli is the designer and inventor of the Giuliano Mazzuoli timepieces which are designed in Italy and made in Switzerland. He also designs pens and notebooks. The Mazzuoli family has a long history in Florence with Lisandro Mazzuoli being the watchmaker under the Pistelli family who was renowned for the construction of tower clocks and long case clocks back in the 1700s. Giuliano Mazzuoli watches are sought-after for their clean and functional designs. 

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  1. Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara

    S$6,260.00

    Carrara marble is universally recognized as the most prestigious marble in the world, and it is typically characterized by its white color and dark gray veins of varying tones. Each lot of marble is different and each stone has its own characteristics making every piece of Giuliano Mazzuoli’s Carrara watch unique. In manufacturing the watch, Swiss watchmaking is combined with traditional Italian craftsmanship and design making an exclusive timepiece. The marble case, made manually in Italy by master marble workers, houses a high-performance Swiss automatic movement. A metal ring is inserted into the inner chamber and when bonded to the marble it strengthens the structure making it less susceptible to breakage.

    Unlike other Mazzuoli watches, the crown in this watch is positioned at 3 o’clock giving the watch more of a classic and traditional feel. The large dimension crown is decorated with a white rubber “o” ring making it even easier to grip. The dial is in ceramic gun metal, blue or white color. The cuboid rectangular minute indexes are raised giving a three-dimensional aspect to the dial. As is typical in all of Giuliano Mazzuoli watches, the strap is inserted directly into the case and it is made in Tuscany in calf-skin leather. A steel deployant buckle firmly and comfortably holds the watch to the wrist.

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  2. Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara

    S$6,260.00

    Carrara marble is universally recognized as the most prestigious marble in the world, and it is typically characterized by its white color and dark gray veins of varying tones. Each lot of marble is different and each stone has its own characteristics making every piece of Giuliano Mazzuoli’s Carrara watch unique. In manufacturing the watch, Swiss watchmaking is combined with traditional Italian craftsmanship and design making an exclusive timepiece. The marble case, made manually in Italy by master marble workers, houses a high-performance Swiss automatic movement. A metal ring is inserted into the inner chamber and when bonded to the marble it strengthens the structure making it less susceptible to breakage.

    Unlike other Mazzuoli watches, the crown in this watch is positioned at 3 o’clock giving the watch more of a classic and traditional feel. The large dimension crown is decorated with a white rubber “o” ring making it even easier to grip. The dial is in ceramic gun metal, blue or white color. The cuboid rectangular minute indexes are raised giving a three-dimensional aspect to the dial. As is typical in all of Giuliano Mazzuoli watches, the strap is inserted directly into the case and it is made in Tuscany in calf-skin leather. A steel deployant buckle firmly and comfortably holds the watch to the wrist.

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  3. Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Carrara

    S$6,260.00

    Carrara marble is universally recognized as the most prestigious marble in the world, and it is typically characterized by its white color and dark gray veins of varying tones. Each lot of marble is different and each stone has its own characteristics making every piece of Giuliano Mazzuoli’s Carrara watch unique. In manufacturing the watch, Swiss watchmaking is combined with traditional Italian craftsmanship and design making an exclusive timepiece. The marble case, made manually in Italy by master marble workers, houses a high-performance Swiss automatic movement. A metal ring is inserted into the inner chamber and when bonded to the marble it strengthens the structure making it less susceptible to breakage.

    Unlike other Mazzuoli watches, the crown in this watch is positioned at 3 o’clock giving the watch more of a classic and traditional feel. The large dimension crown is decorated with a white rubber “o” ring making it even easier to grip. The dial is in ceramic gun metal, blue or white color. The cuboid rectangular minute indexes are raised giving a three-dimensional aspect to the dial. As is typical in all of Giuliano Mazzuoli watches, the strap is inserted directly into the case and it is made in Tuscany in calf-skin leather. A steel deployant buckle firmly and comfortably holds the watch to the wrist.

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  4. Giuliano Mazzuoli Cemento

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Cemento

    S$6,260.00

    Mazzuoli made waves last year when he introduced the Carrara, the first marble watch in the world. With Cemento, Mazzuoli has achieved another first – the first watch featuring a cement case. When he started thinking about his next watch, the objective was not just to search for another material for the case but to find a material that together with its colour would give distinctive and attractive chromatic effect never before seen in a watch case. As Mazzuoli maintained, it was through a stroke of luck that he stumbled upon this material right at his house which was undergoing maintenance work at that time. He saw workers mixing together cement and started thinking about how he could harness this material effectively in a watch, while maintaining the attractive grey/green hue that caught his attention in the first place and was typically lost once the cement dried up.

    In the Cemento, Mazzuoli not only achieves that but through a careful polishing and finishing process, he manages to produce a surface that is pleasant to touch – an important detail given the contact that the case has with the wrist of the wearer. The case of the Cemento is made in Italy and features a screwdown crown that comes with a black O-ring for a better grip. 


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  5. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    S$4,297.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  6. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    S$4,297.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  7. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    S$5,793.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  8. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro

    S$4,297.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  9. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro 10th Anniversary

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro 10th Anniversary

    S$6,523.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

    The Manometro 10th Anniversary is limited to 120 watches, a reference to the number of months in a decade.

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  10. Giuliano Mazzuoli Trasmissione Meccanica

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Trasmissione Meccanica

    S$6,540.00

    What is more beautiful than mechanics? Elements designed for their function without considering in the very least their aesthetics. There was a time when I used to watch the gear box being taken apart and put back together with anticipation so that I could take a ride in the car. Today, I look at it in a different way. I am inspired by mechanical parts and transform them into a timepiece. The gear became the case of the watch. I transformed the disc of the clutch into an original dial while the crown of the watch is identical to the spline shaft (Tuscan mechanics call it “sedano” - "the celery stick") that transmits the rotations of the engine to the gear shift. The hands of the watch are like the ones on the compass found on the mechanic’s bench.

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