The Le Locle-based brand honours its rich heritage with this almost square model featuring rounded edges, like the first TV screens. It features a horizontal-brushed dial in an intense blue gradient turning black towards the edge, with a large date window at 12 o’clock. Fitted with a Nivachron hairspring that is resistant to magnetism and shocks, the Calibre 80 powering it is housed in a 40 mm stainless steel case. The hour-markers and hands are enhanced with Super-LumiNova emitting blue-green light at night.
The asymmetrical layout of this timepiece gives it a unique face. The months ring frames all the displays on a black dial background. The jumping date indications faithfully reproduce all month changes up to the year 2100. The addition of a day/night indicator to the moon-phase display testifies to the high-precision standards of this timepiece. A gradient-blue disc completes one full rotation in 24 hours, while the moon moves in step with the synodic period.
Contrasting with a fully polished pink gold case, the blue dial of this timepiece provides an exceptional backdrop for the tourbillon and date windows. The hand-guilloché Grand Feu enamelled lower part of the watch face houses a laser-engraved seconds counter above the tourbillon. A mirror-polished pink gold bridge protects the carriage and draws the eye into the heart of the mechanism. This timeless model is powered by the Manufacture’s flagship movement, Calibre 978.
With this masterpiece produced in a 12-piece limited edition, the Manufacture is celebrating the Year of the Dragon. The fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac, this mythical animal is a symbol of courage, power and success. The sloped “writing desk” case of this timepiece offers ample space to house the dragon sculpted in solid gold between the various complications adorning the domed hours and minutes dial: moon-phase, dual time and world time displays, as well as a flying tourbillon.
Inspired by the world of motor racing, this timepiece celebrates the end of the Carrera collection’s 60-year saga. Its 39mm 18K yellow gold case features the revolutionary Glassbox design, accentuating the design of the watch. To ensure improved legibility, the dial features two snailed black subdials and a central hand in the same colour. This timepiece beats to the rhythm of the TH20-00 automatic movement providing an 80-hour power reserve.
Designed to delight aviation enthusiasts and take on everyday adventures, this new collection is powered by the H-10 automatic calibre with an 80-hour power reserve and a Nivachron balance spring. The dials in silver-toned, blue, black or green colours feature large numerals and hands enhanced with Super-LumiNova. This robust, reliable range is water-resistant to 100 metres and comprises four 36mm models and three 42mm versions fitted with leather straps or steel bracelets.
This classically elegant timepiece comes in Chocolate Brown, a colour perfectly matching the 40mm pink gold case. The latter is inspired by Baroque architecture and composed of 35 skilfully hand-assembled elements. The sunburst dial effects create magnificent light effects offering a multitude of nuances. Water-resistant to 100 metres, this timepiece beats to the rhythm of a twin-barrel self-winding movement with a 50-hour power reserve.
Born in 1975, this model has been reinvented with a light touch. Its ideally-sized padlock case drawing inspiration from by the iconic handbag designed by Robert Dumas is available in rose gold or steel. The dial is adorned with white mother-of-pearl or spangled white lacquer. The links of the slender bracelet are highly elaborate, echoing the design of the legendary clasp adorned with four studs, where the padlock opens and closes. Whether gemset or not, this jewellery watch plays with complete freedom on its multi-faceted nature.
This timepiece paying tribute to the Apollo 8 mission in 1968 features a skeletonised dial crafted in black anodised aluminium, revealing hand-wound Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 3869 guaranteeing the highest level of precision. The central chronograph seconds hand has a yellow varnished finish, while the small seconds hand at 9 o’clock picks up the silhouette of NASA’s famous Saturn V rocket. The case is composed of different parts in black ceramic.
This timepiece of Les Grandes Classiques collection is distinguished by its semi-openworked charcoal grey dial revealing the heart adorned with Côtes de Genève. Its traditional display features separate counters for hours, minutes, seconds and dates. Beating inside the 44mm stainless steel case is the Valjoux 7750 self-winding chronograph movement. The rhodium-plated openworked oscillating weight with a “shield” motif can be admired through the transparent caseback.
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