BREGUET. A FINE AND UNUSUAL 18K GOLD SEMI-SKELETONISED WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE
BREGUET. A FINE AND UNUSUAL 18K GOLD SEMI-SKELETONISED WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE

SIGNED BREGUET, MODEL "LA TRADITION", NO. 3292, REF. 7027, CIRCA 2005

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BREGUET. A FINE AND UNUSUAL 18K GOLD SEMI-SKELETONISED WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE
SIGNED BREGUET, MODEL "LA TRADITION", NO. 3292, REF. 7027, CIRCA 2005

With semi-skeletonised gilt-finished lever movement visible on both sides of the watch, 34 jewels, the dial with Roman numerals on silvered chapter ring of eccentric engine-turned silvered time display, blued steel Breguet hands, mono-metallic compensation balance with parachute at 4, sector for power reserve at 10, in circular case with stepped bezel, milled band, glazed display snap on back, together with an 18k gold Breguet buckle, case, dial and movement signed
38 mm. diam.

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US$12,000-18,000

This watch is accompanied by a Breguet presentation box with outer packaging, blank Certificate of Origin and Warranty and manual.

Launched in 2005, the La Tradition model with its highly innovative design, featuring one of Breguet's foremost inventions, is inspired by a Souscription timepiece. The parachute, or shock absorber, introduced in 1790 is fitted on the endstone of the balance to protect the axis of the balance against sudden impact.

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