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Chanel - Mademoiselle’s imagination

Chanel Mademoiselle’s imagination

“Mademoiselle Privé” refers to a collection of precious watches offering a reminder of the symbols and objects that Mademoiselle Chanel cherished.

The studio door of Gabrielle Chanel – otherwise known as Coco Chanel or Mademoiselle, carried a sign reading “Mademoiselle Privé”. This label now refers to a collection of precious watches offering a reminder of the symbols that the designer cherished or the objects with which she loved to surround herself. Chanel opens the doors to her imaginary world for us through a poetic collection in which artistic crafts sublimate watchmaking.

On the midnight blue dial of the Moon and Comet dial, the hours appears as 12 diamond hour-markers set on a sapphire crystal ring, floating above a long moon-tipped hand. In the centre, a curved comet ticks away the minutes while following the contours of an aventurine (goldstone) dome. This Mademoiselle Privé, powered by an automatic movement, features a white gold case enhanced with diamonds on the bezel and a cabochon-cut onyx on the crown.
 

Chanel_Mademoiselle Privé, Lune et Comète



Mademoiselle Privé Moon and Comet
Case: white gold, bezel set with 60 brilliant-cut diamonds (1.09 cts), crown set with cabochon-cut onyx Diameter: 37.5 mm
Movement: mechanical self-winding, 42-hour power reserve Functions: hours, minutes Dial: midnight blue, sapphire crystal ring set with 12 diamond hour-markers, central aventurine dome Strap: satin, pin buckle set with 80 diamonds (0.48 cts) Water resistance: 30 m

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