Abraham-Louis Breguet was opposed to the baroque style, and in 1775 when he set up business in Paris he constantly lent his creations a surprising and pleasing sobriety.
Neoclassical and characterised by mechanical reliability, Abraham-Louis Breguet’s vision attracted prestigious clients, including Queen Marie-Antoinette and the Duchess of Wellington.
The dial of the latest Classique model is built on the same vision and comes alive with white mother-of-pearl on a fine rose or white gold case. To add to the splendour, 88 brilliant-cut diamonds illuminate the gold of the bezel and lugs of the bracelet.
Classique wristwatch in 18-carat gold beats to the rhythm of a self-winding manufacture calibre with the essential functions, the second hand in the centre and the date window at 3 o’clock.
Available in rose gold with ruby cabochon or with blue sapphire cabochon on the crown, the watch movement fits into a delicate case with fluted sides in true Breguet style.