Finishings: Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra Thin.

Dec 01, 2019,12:05 PM

I posted this picture, recently, in my visit to the Manufacture:

Here are some other pictures sent by my contact, showing the details of the finishings:


That one, I did it... Well, it was not a convincing outcome.... wink

Now, the engraving: 

And the guillochage.

All by hand. 



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 By: VinnieD : December 1st, 2019-13:30
This, in my opinion is one of the strongest offerings from Breguet in a long time. It manages to capture some of the famous Marie-Antoinette magic.


 By: Weems@8 : December 1st, 2019-13:50
Not the thinnest, but there is more than hold a record, make a real peace of art. Beauty is a quality, evermore. Nicolas, your visit at Breguet is for watchprosite an enrichment.

That's the problem with a skeleton dial! I prefer something else instead.

 By: Spangles - Mr. Tabby : December 2nd, 2019-04:39
However, trying it on, I must say that the thinness of this piece is a major part of its character. From a different time trying on the enamel dial: ...  

Also, it seems they used a sapphire rather than a ruby at the center of the tourbillon!

 By: Spangles - Mr. Tabby : December 1st, 2019-17:27
A cosmetic difference, as they are both the same mineral, but an interesting choice nonetheless!

Nice catch. I like that! [nt]

 By: Brandon Skinner : December 1st, 2019-22:59

A beautiful watch which deserves our attention

 By: Brandon Skinner : December 1st, 2019-23:03
The pictures your contact provided are beautiful. It’s hard to imagine a rose engine creating that pattern on such a tiny little bridge. The attention to detail is evident.