Breguet Video. Classique 7147
See a must-have of the Breguet Classique collection.
Breguet makes a point of honour of reproducing the decorative techniques applied in the early days of horology, particularly engine-turning on dials. The new Classique 7147, a refined model featuring an entirely engine-turned silvered gold dial, is a remarkable example of this approach. On this model, the main dial motif is “clou de Paris” hobnailing, while the offset small seconds subdial at 5 o’clock is enhanced by a cross weave pattern. Hours and minutes are read off by blued steel Breguet hands sweeping over a chapter ring bearing Roman numerals. Available in 18-carat rose or white gold, the 40mm-diameter case houses an ultra-thin mechanical self-winding movement with an off-centred oscillating weight. The sapphire crystal caseback provides an opportunity to observe the technical characteristics of the watch, including a Breguet balance-spring and a silicon escapement.
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 >
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