Beautiful Body: Jaeger-lecoultre Venus Three Questions Watch

The creative inspiration comes from many aspects, centering around the Italian Renaissance, Spanish academy, and French classicism. Jaeger-LeCoultre’s enamel painters chose typical images as inspiration for their creations: including The Birthof Venus by Botticelli, and the Venus of Urbino by Titian ( The Venus of Urbino), Velazquez’s ‘Rokeby Venus’ and Angel’s ‘Venus Anadyomène’ watchmaker The admired artist in his heart subtly combined with the crystal-clear, crisp bell sound of the Master Minute Repeater three-question watch. In order to ensure the artistic beauty of these four watches, all hour and minute scales have been designed in the simplest style, which is convenient for reading and simple and implicit. There are two additional displays on the dial: the torque released by the dual barrel is set at 4 o’clock, and the power reserve display is set at 8 o’clock
    Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of the few watchmaking companies that is skilled in the use of enamel, and what Jaeger-LeCoultre focuses on is the most sophisticated micropainting enamel in enamel. It requires the artist to draw the pattern on the dial one by one without using any auxiliary methods (such as reeling and filling), and finally burn the painting in a space that is not square enough.
    Whether it’s the Jaeger-LeCoultre Venus three-question series or the ultra-thin enamel painted clear flower series, a delicate micro-painted enamel dial takes months to complete and is therefore extremely precious.