Dominique Loiseau, master watchmaker and inventor, died Sept. 13 at the age of 64 in Montreux, Switzerland, following a long illness.
Loiseau, whose creativity and expertise in the art of watchmaking fell nothing short of visionary, is credited with creating the most complicated automatic watch in the industry — the Loiseau 1f4, assembling eight patents in its movement, of which only two units can be produced a year.
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