For centuries, the inscription “Made in Switzerland” has carried with it an untainted mystique. An air of quality and not without reason. Passed from generation, the attention to detail and the devotion to perfection are as natural to the Swiss as the snow in their Alps. There are but a few objects attributed to the hand of man that have been elevated to the vaunted status of “classic”. That have achieved a level of style and function lofty enough to have them designated as the standard by which all others are measured. It will come as no surprise that two of these objects can trace their origins to the same country. That they should come from one company in one small Swiss town, however, must be considered truly remarkable.