Whether it’s sparkle, craftsmanship or exquisite details, these precious timepieces will have a place in your wrist and jewelry box.
Reina de Naples 8918
During her reign, Queen Caroline Murat (Napoleon Bonaparte’s sister) will invite watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet (Abraham-Louis Breguet) to make more than 30 timepieces for her. One of them should be worn on the wrist. This marked the birth of the oval-shaped Reine de Naples watch, which continues its legendary legacy today, 8918, which uses a bright white large feu enamel dial with celestial numbers. This exquisite timepiece features a white gold case with delicate grooves around the bezel and dial flange, decorated with 117 diamonds. The movement is equipped with 537/3 movement, which is an automatic movement that can provide up to 45 hours of backup power. Breguet (Breguet)’s iconic blue steel hands, off-center time, diamond-shaped markers and fleur-de-lis and pear-shaped diamonds at 6 o’clock as embellishment, you can easily read the time. If you point the clock at the light, the reflection will give you a glimpse of Baogue’s secret signature, which is displayed at 3 o’clock. The sapphire crystal case back highlights the movement, and each watch is engraved with a unique number. According to Breguet (Breguet), the owner can choose to be part of history if he wants to, because the house can record his name and watch number in the watch archives, which have been kept by watchmakers since the 18th century.
Seamaster Planet Ocean 36th America’s Cup Limited Edition
In May, Omega announced its role as the official timekeeper of the America’s Cup. This is a long-standing sailing competition that dates back to 1851, making it the oldest trophy in the international sports world. The 36th America’s Cup will be held in March 2021. Competitors will sail on the AC75 monohull in Waitemata Harbour in Auckland, New Zealand. Omega also announced that it will continue to cooperate with the current champion of the event: Emirates New Zealand. To celebrate this momentous occasion, the watchmaker released a limited edition Seamaster Planet Ocean 36th America’s Cup powered by the Omega Master Chronometer 8900 movement, with a power reserve of 60 hours and mounted in a 43.5mm stainless steel case. Medium, 600 meters water-resistant blue ceramic diving bezel has a 5-minute countdown timer. The “America’s Cup” logo has been placed on the dial, the counterweight of the second hand and the sapphire crystal back cover. The watch is limited to 2021 pieces.
Mille Miglia GTS Azzurro
Since 1988, Chopard has been the main sponsor and official timekeeper of the Mille Miglia Classic Car Rally. Since the release of two limited edition racing-inspired models, Chopard has continued to maintain a cooperative relationship with the race. The Mille Miglia GTS Azurro Chrono Limited Edition . It is made of stainless steel and has a triple sub-dial reminiscent of classic car dashboards. The Mille Miglia GTS Azurro Power Control is limited. Stainless steel and 18K rose gold case with a power reserve indicator that resembles a car’s spare fuel gauge. Both models are designed with a striking blue Azzurro dial, while the Mille Miglia red used for other decorations is in sharp contrast, including the “1000 Miglia” direction arrow for the date window. Both watches have more details on the track: the side of the case is carved with grooves like the piston of the engine, and the oversized winding crown resembles a racing-style fuel filler. The belt also looks like it comes from the automotive world, with a perforated leather design similar to the leather used by racing drivers in the 1950s, and the rubber lining looks like the tread pattern of Dunlop racing tires.