Sebastian Naeschke (born 1971), an avid musician, is following in the footsteps of his father and is thus the second generation of family clockmakers carrying the prestigious Naeschke name. Inspired by the beautifully spiritual and artistic influence of his father, Sebastian finished his training at the celebrated Feintechnikschule in Villingen-Schwenningen and subsequently devoted himself to the watch and clockmaking profession.
Solid expertise and valuable experience abroad
After his graduation as a watch and clockmaker and on completion of civil service, he moved to Switzerland. Working several years as a watchmaker at the IWC in Schaffhausen, Sebastian Naeschke gathered valuable experience primarily as specialist for split-seconds chronographs. Thereafter he rounded out his skills and knowledge as manager for Helmut Sinn at his small watch workshop in Switzerland. He was responsible for design and making of the brands Guinand, Chronosport and Jubilar. Returning to Germany in 1999, he joined the management of the 1984-founded family business. Sebastian Naeschke became a member of the prestigious AHCI in 2006.
A Naeschke clock is not simply decorative art – it is the living centre of the home, infusing atmosphere with reassuring security.
The long traditions of the manufactory of Matthias Naeschke has inevitably cast its spell on Sebastian Naeschke. The constant philosophical motivation of father and son is to seek out brilliant innovations and aesthetic solutions in fine clockmaking for the family company.