Breguet and its President & CEO, Marc A. Hayek, are once again taking part in Only Watch, the industry’s unmissable philanthropic event.
Loyal since 2005 to the Monaco Association against Muscular Dystrophy, the Manufacture will dedicate a Classique 7715 with in-line perpetual calendar to this worthy cause. This special one-of-a-kind model depicts the passing of time with elegance and accuracy.
The time indicators are complemented by the display of the days, months, dates and years ensuring optimal capabilities and impeccable legibility.
This original design results in an seemingly simple timepiece distinguished by a sense of visual balance and purity. The silvered gold dial, finely hand-engraved on a rose engine, highlights the traditional “Clous de Paris” hobnail motif. On the back of the watch, a sapphire crystal reveals the technical sophistication of this Only Watch special model, driven by a self-winding movement.
Breguet invites the highest bidder to visit its Manufacture in the famed Vallée de Joux, the historical cradle of fine watchmaking.
The guest will enjoy a private guided tour of the brand’s workshops, enabling them to follow the stages of production, finishing and assembly of a Breguet timepiece.
An exclusive introduction to the art of guilloché engraving by Breguet’s teams of skilled artisans working with traditional hand-turned rose engine machines will complete this unique experience.