Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra-Plat 5367
The Grandes Complications collection welcomes for the first time a “Grand Feu” enamel dial whose minimalist design brings out the off-centred tourbillon at 5 o’clock.
On June 26, 1801, Breguet obtained a patent for the Tourbillon invention. In 2018, the brand presents for the first time a “Grand Feu” enamel dial in its Grandes Complications collection. The white minimalist dial without any pattern or power reserve indicator leaves the limelight to the tourbillon flying at 5 o'clock, which features a graphic hand-bevelled bar, topped by a spinel. The blue Breguet hands strike a contrast with the whiteness of the traditional enamel. The off-centred dial's layout is reminiscent of the watches created by A.-L. Breguet.
The brand presents the behind-the-scenes of the “Grand Feu” enamelling technique used for the dial and of the hand-engraving process applied on the bridges, barrel and oscillating weight.
Breguet’s archives, kept in Switzerland and in Paris, record the developments that have sustained Breguet watchmaking for more than two centuries. The firm is committed to remaining ahead of its time with a flow of inventions and improvements.Find out more >
All the news >
Contact brand >
All the watches >