Shiny new changes
Brand launches new Tradition 7035
The House of Breguet (House of Breguet) caused a sensation when it launched the Tradition series. The timepieces of this series were the first to install the entire movement on the dial. The series pays tribute to the most advanced watchmaking art while staying true to the brand’s history. The watches in this series are modern interpretations of subscription watches designed by Abraham-Louis Breguet, and are especially known for their fully symmetrical movement structure. Today, Breguet completes its iconic collection with 88 limited edition watches, which are proud of gem setting.
The new Tradition 7035 has all the hallmarks of the series, including the offset dial at 12 o’clock. The piece is decorated with natural white mother-of-pearl hour markers, thus providing a clear view of the fully exposed movement. The movement is set around the central barrel, and the central barrel can be identified by its rose pattern through traditional splints, wheels, chutes and balance wheels placed harmoniously. Breguet combined this new work with the exquisiteness of jewelry and chose the snowflake inlay technique. The dial, splint and splint are all made of 18 carat gold inlaid with diamonds of different sizes to minimize visible material. The result is unparalleled brilliance. Tradition 7035 illuminates the bezel with brilliant-cut diamonds. For the retrograde second hand, the brand chose gradient rubies and pink sapphires, reminiscent of the rubies on the movement and the rubies on the crown. The tonal leather strap is the icing on the cake for this new timepiece.
The gold oscillating weight on the case back continues the barrel pattern, reminding people that this creation is powered by a self-winding movement. This timepiece is equipped with the reference model 505J, equipped with a lever escapement with silicon horns and a Breguet balance spring of the same material.