The guests were invited to a special workshop in order to try the meticulous technique of painting on enamel at Adrift restaurant in Marina Bay Sands. They were supervised by professional painter from the Jaquet Droz Ateliers d’Art in Switzerland who guided them in the discovery of this ancestral practice. The invitees could experience what it feels like to be a Jaquet Droz artist the time of the event.
Watch enthusiasts also had the opportunity to discover some limited editions from the Jaquet Droz Ateliers d'Art Collection such as the Petite Heure Minute Lion, Koï Carp and Flamingo, all enhanced by the contrast between black Grand Feu enamel and vibrant miniature painting. Extraordinarily vivid and captured with almost photographic precision, the animals appear as if they could move at any moment. These lifelike portraits are available as just 28 pieces for each version and come with a certificate of authenticity from the Ateliers d’Art, signed by the artisan whose time was devoted to its creation.
A minimalist tribute to astronomy and an ode to the poetry of the stars, these two latest variations on the Grande Heure Minute shine a new light on the Astrale collection by Jaquet Droz.
Jaquet Droz and its partners - Tourbillon boutique in San Francisco on September 26th and L’oro Jewellery in Toronto, Canada on September 28th - collaborated in special evenings of craftsmanship and art appreciation.
Jaquet Droz celebrates this year its 280th anniversary. For the occasion, Haute Horlogerie enthusiasts were invited to discover the exhibition "Story of the Unique" unveiling a historical retrospective and the presentation of Jaquet Droz’s new collections with the presence of the CEO, Mr. Christian Lattmann.
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