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. The guests participated in the unique events to uncover the fascinating mastery behind enamel painting, one of the Jaquet Droz’s signature techniques.
The watch enthusiasts got a chance to work alongside the Jaquet Droz’s Master Painter who came for the events from Switzerland as they painted their own dial featuring the Petite Heure Minute Lion. The guests were then presented with the brand’s novelties and collections all showing the meticulous art and mechanical marvels in two successful evenings.
“Some watches tell time, some tell a story”
When the Milan Museum of Culture (MUDEC) asked Jaquet Droz to join its show “Robot. The Human Project” the brand brought out Pierre Jaquet-Droz’s 250-year-old automatons.
Recently welcomed into contemporary Fine Watchmaking, each of these exclusive variations is limited to 28 pieces and reflects the avant-garde dynamism of this skeletonized model.
The Maison has been certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council, a guarantee of a responsible supply chain on a global level.
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