An authentic tribute to aviation watches, this 41mm chronograph reinterprets 1930s aesthetic codes and rounds out the Heritage line. Its bold look features a particularly legible semi-shiny black dial. The Arabic numerals punctuating the curve of time are coated with Super-LumiNova and strike a pleasing contrast with the minutes counter and the imposing pushers. This vintage-inspired model is topped by a domed sapphire crystal and a brown leather strap.
This timepiece offers a fascinating display of the curve of time. Located on the outer rim of the dial, the minutes circle rotates at the same rhythm as the hours hand. The movement is equipped with a unique hairspring system enabling optimal adjustment of the watch. Its distinctive feature lies in its escapement, whose wheels give a direct impulse to the balance wheel via the ruby impulse roller, thereby requiring less energy. The hand-guilloché dial gives pride of place to Grand Feu enamelling.
Adorned with flowers spinning on their own axis, this model embodies magnificent expertise. Considerable attention has been devoted to the shapes inspired by flora, to the textures and the finishing that ensure the perfect visual balance of this jewellery watch. Each flower is carved out of white gold, before the individual treatment and coating of each petal. The Grand Feu enamelling technique ensures each watch has its own exclusive colour. The specifically developed tourbillon calibre gives life to this exquisite creation.
An ode to Apollo, the laurel is interpreted in this supremely feminine model. In keeping with the jewellery traditions of the Maison, this cuff-watch combines technical virtuosity with aesthetic wonderment. In a fascinating jewellery transformation, it can morph into a bracelet by replacing the timepiece in its centre by the accompanying brooch. Chalcedonies, sapphires and diamonds mingle in tender shades of blue, lavender and white in this Frise Divine graced with intertwining foliage, accentuated by yellow gold decorative fillets.
Attired in a dainty pink gold mantle, this model elegantly accompanies the passing of time. Equipped with analogue date, day and month indicators, this timepiece also features a moon-phase display calculated to remain accurate for exactly 126 years. Its classical appearance is enlivened by blued steel hands, black Arabic numerals as well as a pure railway-type minute track. The calendar functions are perfectly legible thanks to the golden hands of the two dedicated subdials.
The third chapter of HYT’s partnership with the sailing team, H1 Alinghi is the most technical model in the trilogy. In terms of materials, carbon and titanium ensure a blend of lightness and rigidity. This soberly coloured timepiece features a number of elements recalling the nautical world, as well as the small seconds at 9 o’clock reminiscent of a mainsale furler, the power reserve at 3 o’clock shaped like a winch, the rigging criss-crossing the lower part of the dial, and the Alinghi logo at 6 o’clock. This model is issued in a 20-piece limited edition.
This model features an architecture based on powerful aesthetic lines. Regulated by a flying tourbillon, the internal mechanism drives a first timezone display on a subdial at 12 o’clock. The latter combines an innovative digital jumping-hour display with an analogue display of the minutes by a dagger-shaped hand. The periodic jump of the disc thus reveals the time through an aperture. The second timezone is indicated at 4 o’clock on a subdial with a cut-out centre. This watch is issued in an 8-piece limited edition.
This timepiece is beautifully clad in blue, silvery and black colours. Extending a natural invitation to travel, it reveals vintage-inspired details, delicately orchestrated within a distinctive steel case. To adjust the GMT function, the crown at 10 o’clock serves to position a given city in a 6 o’clock aperture facing the blue indicator. Adorned with a circular satin-brushed finish, this second timezone makes a striking contrast with the outer rim of the dial.
This 43mm stainless steel model offers a substantial array of indications characterised by impressive clarity. The elegant black dial displays the hours and minutes, small seconds at 9 o’clock as the power reserve at 3 o’clock. A first retrograde hand provides a dual-time indication at 12 o’clock, while another points to the date along a 6 o’clock arc. Also available in a silver-toned version, this model radiates distinctive style.
Moon phases and the depiction of the constellations are an invitation to a poetic journey through the iridescent nuances of mother-of-pearl and the fire of diamonds. Sophistication extends to the very heart of this creation, throbbing to the beat of the self-winding in-house 96.25-C movement. This is the first time the statuesque Imperiale collection welcomes a moon phase, displayed at 12 o’clock on a disc covered with textured mother-of-pearl and reproducing the 29.5-day cycle of the heavenly body.
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