Laurent Ferrier porcelain dial

Dec 02, 2018,21:05 PM
 

1 of 10 made, I would like to get your opinion on this watch.  Great finishing on the back with micro-rotor...Jim






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I love Laurent Ferrier's

 
 By: Mark : December 2nd, 2018-21:21
other pieces rather than this one, purely from an aesthetic point of view.

Simply a dream, the Galet Square is terrific, so versatile and easy to wear...

 
 By: Mike H : December 2nd, 2018-21:55
actually very understated. As for the dial it is a question of taste, i think i prefer the more traditional LF version with asagai hands and these sumptuous fine indexes... ...  

the most gorgeous LF [nt]

 
 By: Gelato Monster : December 2nd, 2018-21:59

Beautiful and very classic looking LF .

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : December 2nd, 2018-22:55
Love the cushion shape case a lot , for my taste i would love to get a other dail color , maybe Salmon or blue .

Looks Great....

 
 By: SALMANQ8 : December 2nd, 2018-23:44
however at this level I would check out a used Kari Voutilainen as well or a Credor Eichi 2, maybe more bang for your buck. S

Maybe it is an idea but...

 
 By: Mike H : December 3rd, 2018-00:43
...in that case you should compare comparable things i.e. compare prices of both new or both used. Surely KV watches are wonderful but not the same style and look, and price is not in the same league if you take comparable specimen (both new or both used)... 

I see what you're saying....when it comes to design and style I leave it out as its very subjective and in the eye of the beholder, but we can discuss quality, finish, brand perception and

 
 By: SALMANQ8 : December 3rd, 2018-19:00
performance. For me I group LF, KV and Credor Eichi 2 in the same basket much in the same way I would put the Mclaren 720s, Ferrari 488 and Lamborghini Huracan in the same basket although the cars are very different from each other.

stunning piece

 
 By: gengar : December 3rd, 2018-17:23
It's an absolutely stunning piece (I first saw it at Swiss Fine Timing in Chicago - not sure if it is still available there). I won't buy LF, but this piece is certainly attractive. It has previously been discussed on this forum (a search for "porcelain" ...