In an act of pure devotion to its brand DNA, Jaquet Droz, known by its twin stars, presents a watch of contemporary poetry, whose every feature is a tribute to the magic of creation, imagination and the best of innovation. In a stainless steel case even thinner than that of the Grande Seconde Quantième, this new watch asserts its personality with three central hands and date through an aperture at 6 o'clock, while upholding the brand's codes: blued steel or rhodium-plated Lancine-shaped hands, red-tipped seconds hand, rhodium-treated indexes, sunray crown, box crystal, etc. The new date aperture sports a design with sharp angles and beveled edges perfectly embedded in the dial, without forgetting the classic last day of the month displayed in red.
In its center, the new JD1150P silicon spiral movement, launched in 2014, endows it with enhanced performance. A few milligrams of pure wonder, and pure technology… Silicon is not only non-magnetic, but is also unaffected by changes in temperature and pressure, guaranteeing optimal performance over time and in the most extreme conditions. At present, watchmaking brands able to fashion this both flexible and extremely resistant material are rare. The polished aesthetic of the movement, with its openworked rotor, is admired through the exhibition case-back.
Available in 39 mm and 43 mm versions, with a silvered opaline or blue Côtes de Genève dial, the Grande Heure Minute Quantième will seduce longstanding connoisseurs and new fans of Jaquet Droz alike.
Ceramic plasma makes a dramatic entrance alongside red gold. One is steeped in tradition and the other is all about technology. Two new variations of a timepiece that has come to stand for Jaquet Droz’s brazen artistry.
Jaquet Droz unveils two new unique timepieces devoted to opal carrying on the art of mineral dials, a rare artisanal skill it applies to breathe life into Earth's treasures.
This automaton takes flight once again in a limited series whose centerpiece is an exquisite mineral dial made of Chinchilla Red, a wood petrified 150 million years ago.
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