Breguet has added to its Grandes Complications collection with a watch featuring a tourbillon set into a Grand Feu enamel dial.
The Classique Grandes Complications 5367 has been pared back to a clean deal with the simplest interpretation of a tourbillon so that the wearer can easily see how it works.
The blue hour and minute Breguet hands are also strikingly clean against the white enamel face.
“This display layout is reminiscent of the watches created by A.-L. Breguet, who revelled in revolutionising the aesthetic conventions governing the timepieces of his era,” the company says.
The watch houses a 3mm thick Calibre 581 movement housed in a 7.45mm deep case.
It has 80 hours of power thanks to a patented high-energy barrel that can store more energy because it has more coils in its spring than comparable watches.
The 42mm watch is available in rose gold or platinum versions, respectively fitted with a mahogany brown or blue alligator strap and both featuring a rhodium-plated movement.
- CORRECTION: In the March edition of WatchPro magazine, an image of the Classique Grandes Complications 5367 appeared beside a description of a Breguet Traditional Dame that launched in 2017. WatchPro would like to apologise for this error.