You loved the Master Ultra Thin 39 Jubilé, but you preferred a warmer version?
So this one is for you.
Same case than the Jubilé, 39 mm big, 4, 05 mm high, but a rose gold case instead of the Jubilé platinum.
The dial is the same, at one exception, a very small one: There is no more " 1833 " wording, as it is NOT a Jubilé édition.
The case is THE big asset of this Watch, with a breathtaking profile you can see here, on one official picture published last year:
Here it is:
And a last picture for you to compare the " new " with the " older ":
It is always amazing to notice how much a Watch can change, with the choice of a colored gold case.
With the platinum version, it is maybe cold, but it has a very modern, actual look. A modern interpretation of the Past.
With the rose gold case, not only the contrast is evident, but also it enhances the retro spirit of this Watch.
And what about the 1907 White Gold Enamel Grand Feu?
Due to the natural thickness of the dial, the Watch is 1 mm higher than the rose gold or the Jubilé sister ( 5, 04 mm, to be precise ), but you will always have this superb profiled case, and an envouting enamel dial.
The leaf shaped hands are the perfect complement to this elegant Watch, as well as the long and thin indices, which are, in fact, part of the white gold base of the dial. You can imagine how tough and complex it must be to work on such a dial, to let show these gold indexes, without compromising the integrity of the enamel... It is all an art.
One detail I don't like too much is the writing email grand feu located at 7 and 8 o'clock... I would have preferred without, but maybe it will disappear on the definitive Watch?
A simple Email mention, just below the JLC Signature, would have been enough, if it was unavoidable...
Here are the live pictures, taken at the JLC Booth, during the fair:
What do you think about this new 1907?
Nicolas This message has been edited by amanico on 2014-02-24 00:19:57 This message has been edited by amanico on 2014-02-27 22:41:23