Jaeger-LeCoultre launches three new models featuring the brand’s strong connection with rare and exceptional handcrafts. Designed in the Manufacture’s famous Rare Crafts Atelier; these timepieces express the great combination of talent and inspiration accompanied with traditional watchmaking.
This stunning time piece successfully reflects the brand’s heritage and ultimate detailing through a miniature painting paying the world famous painter Van Gogh’s exceptional work of art “Starry Night over the Rhône “.
The impressive deep and dark colors are provided by the classic Grand Feu enamel. This 39mm watch is issued in a limited series of 18 pieces in 18kt rose gold.
A Minute Repeater for music lovers
Sporting major technical innovations like trebuchet hammers, crystal gongs and a new, ergonomic and pusher, this magnificent minute repeater watch produces crystal clear sounding melodies.
The automatic winding movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and it’s equipped with a minute repeater. Employing 437 individual parts and delivering a 40-hour power reserve, this 7.17mm thick movement features a solid red gold oscillating weight.
Delicately crafted by the Métiers Rares Atelier of the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre, the dial of this beautiful timepiece features the art of paillonné enamel: cutting out tiny sparkles of silver and yellow gold leaf foil.
Innovation and tradition
The construction of the ultra-light titanium tourbillon escapement offers a combination of precision and reliability which are important parameters that led Jaeger-LeCoultre through the years. This exceptional piece is crafted in a 43mm 18K white gold case.
This mechanical automatic movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers 45h power reserve when fully wound. Equipped with a tourbillon escapement, the movement consists of 302 parts and sports the Côtes de Genève motifs.
This interesting timepiece offers a great combination of hand engraving and enameling via a skeleton design which was inspired by a 1928 Grand Complication pocket watch.
This 42mm model in 18kt white gold is issued in a limited series of 200 pieces.
A visual feast of calendar information
Powered by one of the most iconic complications ever produced by the Manufacture the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 876SQ, this Master Grande Tradition watch is a complete time measuring instrument. As well as the time itself, its dial also displays the date, the day of the week, the month, the complete year in four digits and the age of the moon while featuring a power-reserve display and a day/night indicator which are perfectly placed within the stunningly designed dial lay out.
This mechanical manually-wound movement beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, equipped with a perpetual calendar, comprises 262 parts and delivers an 8-day power reserve. 6,60 mm thick, the movement is mechanically programmed to operate accurately until 2100, the perpetual calendar functions can be adjusted by means of a single corrector.