Chopard has launched a limited edition piece of its L.U.C Lunar One, considered to be a flagship model of the L.U.C collection.
The brand’s perpetual calendar model with astronomical moon-phase display features in 950 platinum, framing a “deep blue sunray-patterned” dial.
Limited to just 100 pieces, the new interpretation bears the Hallmark of Geneva and has a 43 mm diameter case, decorated with with vertical satin-brushed sides along with a polished bezel and lugs.
Branded by the firm as an “horological must-have”, the L.U.C Lunar One was first presented in 2005.
The perpetual calendar watch with large date and moon-phase display is deisgned to showcase the full range of watchmaking skills cultivated at Chopard.
The limited edition will be on show at Baselworld this week, where the brand hopes to showcase its latest offerings to retailers.
The L.U.C Lunar One will play an important part in spotlighting the manufacturer’s watch making heritage and practices.