Spotted at the Heritage Gallery, this Memovox Parking in yellow gold, reference 3161. A reference I like a lot, for its funny and useful complication. 35 mm case, but not that small, for those who doubt, as it wears a bit bigger than you can think. Best,
The chromatic combination is awesome, here: Grey dial, rose gold case. Superb. Credit picture: Antiquorum. I have a lot of affection for the Master Compressor Memovox. The rose gold is not my first choice, as my heart waves between the steel and the plati
After the introduction of the masterpiece of the year, the Gyrotourbillon Five, at the SIHH in January, Jaeger Lecoultre comes back, 4 months after, with another big piece, the Master Grande Tradition Minute Repeater Perpetual, which I will call the " Min
During my last visit at the Manufacture, I asked the Heritage Gallery to bring me the Polaris II Red E 870 for some pictures. Among the three Polaris II, the grey, the blue and the red, I am desperately hunting the Red. I fell on some, but someone outbid
I still have a huge stock of unpublished pictures on the Gyrotourbillon Five. Here is a small series. The Blue dialed version with its enamel guilloché: And the grained white, It is the third time I see the Gyrotourbillon Five in the " metal ", and I love
every now and then when I have spare time during my business trip in Paris I always enjoy to have a stop at JLC. I had a couple of pieces to try, unfortunately the Reverso burgundy wasn’t available neither the new QP in white gold with enamel dial. Revers
Here is a picture I borrowed to Christies. There are two things which jump to the eyes. The case, which is getting really old. And the dial which is incredibly modern. Let's remind that this watch has been unveiled in 2006... So, 13 years, now. Incredible
It is hard to believe that it is spring, here. It is raining cats and dogs, it is cold outside. The good days are eagerly expected. But at least we have some good watches, nice souvenirs, and pictures... Here is one of my dearest modern Jaeger Lecoultre.