In 2015, the Dandy celebrates its bold original design with two new interpretations for its watchcases.
An iconic watch, the Dandy by Chaumet is endowed with a natural and streamlined allure: an emblematic cushion-shaped watchoase inspired by the out of the Regent - the largest diamond of the Crown Jewels, set onto Bonapart's consular sword by the founder of Chaumet in 1802.
Today, the new timepieces come into two different references: one with a 42 millimetres steel case, the other with a 38 millimetres pink gold case. The black dial is enhanced by the famous bayadere-stripe motif in silver, a motif that has been one of the maison’s signatures since 1920.
In steel, the Dandy’s 42 mm diameter is perfect for active city life with a self-winding mechanical calibre that can be observed through the transparent sapphire-glass case back. The watch’s harmonious balance of shape make it step up to every occasion, its elegantly simple black alligator strap is equipped with a triple folding buckle.
EIn the pink gold, 38 mm diameter version, the Dandy confirms its distinctive personality in the world of elegant watches. Mounted on a black matte alligator strap with a classic pin buckle, the pink gold case features a self-winding movement.
Both timepieces beat at a frequency of 28,000 vph, while enjoying a 42-hour power reserve.
For over two hundred years, Chaumet has been placing its jewellers’ excellence at the service of outstanding timepieces, combining the meticulousness of Swiss tradition with its mastery of Parisian refinement.Find out more
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