Jaquet Droz Lady 8, black and white ceramic
These two new versions of the Lady 8 are simple but elegant, sporty and dressed for all the occasions.
The figure eight, Jaquet Droz's lucky number and a symbol of balance and perfection, has been regarded as the ultimate touchstone by the watchmaker from La Chaux-de-Fonds since the Age of Enlightenment.
While the Lady 8's general architecture remains true to its original design - an uncluttered dial crowned with a round pearl or precious stone - with the two new ceramic versions in black and white ceramic, the Lady 8 became casual and chic. The revolving ball is also made of ceramic to respect the signature of the dial while the top of the 8 is paved with 48 diamonds for 0.53 carats.
The stainless steel case houses the self-winding Jaquet Droz 1153 movement, with double barrel and 68h of power-reserve. The oscillating weight is made of 22-carat white gold.
The watch is worn on an integral rolled-edge hand-made alligator leather strap, matching the colour of the dial.
An elegant, outward-looking philosophy that dates back to the Age of Enlightenment is still at the heart of Jaquet Droz's identity. The fine and rare handcrafts practiced at the company’s workshops produce exquisite miniature works of art and automata that combine the best of design with unprecedented levels of horological know-how.Find out more >
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