Since its establishment in 1775, Breguet has spared no effort to push the time process forward, and has developed one more precise and more reliable mechanical movement. In terms of appearance, many elements such as Breguet’s needles, Breguet digital scales, hand-engraved dials and hidden signatures are very classic and memorable. Today, the Watch House brings you a high-end jewelry series Désir de la Reine watch, the official model: GJ27BB8924DDD8.
Breguet’s fine jewellery watches are inspired by royal floral motifs, paintings, and elegant tailoring of the queen’s favorite dresses, and sublime these inspirations into elegant jewelry through outstanding jewellery techniques.
Case size 33.5 * 24.95 mm
This ‘Désir de la Reine’ 18k white gold watch has a case size of 33.5 * 24.95 mm. The bezel, dial flange, bezel and lugs are set with 212 diamonds and weigh approximately 2.98 carats. This watch is inspired by the dress worn by Louis XVI’s wife, French Queen Marie Antoinette. Most of these dresses are decorated with lace, ribbons and bows.
Pear-shaped diamond decoration bow
The most attractive pear-shaped diamond decorated bow on the case, the bow gracefully extends to the dial, set with 2 pear-shaped diamonds weighing about 0.58 to 0.64 carats, and 110 diamonds weighing about 1.21 carats.
Crown top set with a drop-shaped diamond
The crown is also made of white gold. In addition to the triangular pit pattern on the side of the crown that enhances the feel of the winding, the top of the crown is also set with a delicate diamond cut into the shape of a drop, exuding a dazzling and charming light.
Blue strap on silk satin texture
The silk-satin blue strap is more in line with the overall style and echoes the Breguet-style hands in blue steel. Paired with a white gold folding clasp, polished and set with 26 delicate diamonds.
Neatly arranged diamonds on the side
The sides of the case are neatly arranged with fine diamonds of even size distribution.
Dial made of gold-plated silver and natural mother-of-pearl
The dial is a combination of gold-plated silver and natural mother-of-pearl. The face is set with 18 brilliant-cut diamonds weighing about 0.121 carats. And two pear-shaped diamonds, weighing about 0.285 carats, present the pattern as an extension of the bow ribbon on the dial. The Arabic numerals and hands on the lower half of the dial are all Breguet originals, and they are both slim and elegant. The pointer of blue steel emits a faint blue light. Blue steel is a metal surface treatment process. After heating steel parts to a certain temperature, they are cooled by chemical aqueous solution and saponified. The steel surface will appear blue, elegant and beautiful.
Equipped with a Cal.ibre 586 self-winding mechanical movement
The caseback is inlaid with a piece of sapphire crystal, giving you an exquisite movement. The movement is a self-winding mechanical movement, engraved with an independent number and Breguet. Cal.ibre 586 words, 6¾ French cents, 29 rubies, 38 hours power reserve. Swiss lever escapement, silicon balance spring. Vibration frequency is 3.0 Hz.
Summary: In the era of Mr. Breguet, from Queen Marie Antoinette to Queen Caroline Murat of Naples, this talented watchmaker has many royal customers. It is from this time and time again that it has created a continuous stream of creative inspiration for the later period, creating one after another of the fine arts.