A gem-set version in a limited edition

More than just a simple ladies’ watch, this beautiful, distinguished, distinctive timepiece features a hand-winding mechanical calibre among the most renowned of the Swiss industry: the famous Peseux 7001, topped with an exclusive Louis Erard complication, a regulator with a power reserve.


A complication that is actually universal, that points to the larger picture of watchmaking and chronometric precision. A complication with no defining gender, which is neither masculine nor feminine watch, a complication that offers the natural elegance of clearing the dial, leaving optimal breathing room and readability to all the indications: hours, minutes, seconds and the power reserve.


On the front, this understated model is equipped with sophisticated features that are traditionally reserved to very high-end pieces: a bezel set with 76 diamonds, a two-level dial elegantly composed of white mother-of-pearl open worked to reveal the opaline counters and power reserve; and blue lancine-shaped hands.


On the reverse side, a transparent case back reveals its mechanical charms: Côtes de Genève, blue screws and engraving. And to crown the creation, this limited edition is mounted on an authentic alligator leather strap in a white hue to match the mother-of-pearl.


Movement Manual winding regulator with power reserve, ETA Peseux 7001 movement with Louis Erard RE9 complication, 10½’’’, Ø23.30 mm (Ø26.00 mm with module), height: 2.5 mm (4.7 mm with module), 17 jewels, 21,600 VpH (3Hz). Around 42 hours of power reserve. Top grade movement, decorated with Côtes de Genève, blue screws and Louis Erard engraving.

  • A gem-set version in a limited edition