A symphony of jewellery and the art of detail. The Maison opens its doors for the Journées Particulières the 12, 13 and 14 October.
On the dial, the scenography reveals a stylised and touching ode to nature: brought to life in spectacular sculpted relief, the decor celebrates the art of jewellers, engravers, stone setters, hard stone sculptors and enamellers.
Two hydrangea blooms, distinguished by their elegant movements, take centre stage; the central diamond-set flower performs pirouettes as it indicates the hours with a pink sapphire petal. The second blossom, dressed in pink mother-of-pearl, moves gracefully around the first, animated by the rhythm of the seconds.
Thus, time is unveiled in a magical pageant, powered by a new self-winding mechanical movement born of the finest Swiss watchmaking tradition.