We are quite� fond of the marriages that take place between famous brands in the name of luxury. This time it is the uber-luxe watch maker A.Lange & Sohne that has joined hands with the Paris-based jewelry store Dubail to reintroduce the stunning Tourbograph Pour le Merite that comes boasting of an extraordinary diamond decoration.
It took the two creative minds a very intricate design to incorporate 40 carats of baguette diamonds in the watch, where the bracelets itself has been consituted from 175 ices. Both the case as well as the bracelet have been crafted in platinum with a very elaborate settin around the lugs and bezel. Originally conceived by A. Lange & Sohne in cooperation with Swiss complications specialist Renaud & Papi, this Calibre L903.0 is manually-wound. It comprises 45 jewels and� more than 1,000 individual parts,� each of which has been finished by hand to reflect the traditions of traditional Saxon fine watchmaking.
Baguette diamonds have also found their way into the case flanks and the chronograph pushpieces as well as the winding crown that bears the A.Lange & Sohne signature. The price tag reads a huge $1.75 million. Did we mention this extraordinary horological masterwork is an exclusive 1/1 edition for Dubail by A.Lange & Sohne.