Enamel craftsmanship is an ancient art with a long history. Only a few watchmaking craftsmen carefully trained by Jaeger-LeCoultre can master it, and it requires a high degree of concentration and patience during the production . At the Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Show 2019, Jaeger-LeCoultre presents a new ultra-thin master series moon phase enamel watch (model: Q13635E1) by combining enamel and engraving technology.
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The case is made of white gold, with a diameter of 39 mm and a thickness of only 10.04 mm, which is extremely slim. The case is polished and satin-finished, with curved lugs for comfortable wearing, and the pitted crown is easy to adjust. The entire watch is water resistant to 50 meters.
The blue dial combines enamel and engraving with new hour markers, polished moon phases, and engraved calendar dials, highlighting a purely simple yet exquisite watchmaking style. The eye-catching dark blue tone sets off the geometric shapes and three-dimensional effects of the guilloché process, which makes this ancient traditional decoration process exude an unprecedented modern fashion.
The new design of the time scales is more slender, and double time scales are used at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o’clock. At 6 o’clock, the watch is equipped with the moon phase and calendar indicator dial, and the display window is carefully carved to make the calendar numbers more conspicuous and present a clear and recognizable yet understated visual effect.
Equipped with 925/2 automatic movement, this movement has hours, minutes, seconds, calendar, moon phase display function, full string can provide up to 70 hours of power reserve, convenient and practical.
Comes with a blue alligator strap that matches the enamel dial. This watch is limited to 100 pieces.
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