Breguet has broken out of the traditional pattern for its latest jeweled Marine Chronograph Tourbillon. They are the most prominent maker of the complication and they hold a special place as a part of the cultural heritage because its founder, A.L. Breguet who set the standard in 18th century by which all fine watch making has since been judged. Even after centuries the Breguet heirs make each luxury watch as a model of supreme horological art. This model also has an elaborate jeweled pattern executed with great care and fine craftsmanship.
The Marine Chronograph Tourbillon employs trapezoidal and triangular-cut baguettes that mesh perfectly into the angled bezel. The marque’s Marine case is its most bulky and bold to match the elaborate jeweled pattern. It is another masterpiece from the house that first produced the tourbillion and got it patented way back in 1801. Over the centuries now each watch from the house demonstrates the latest horological improvements. After all how many watch makers today can boast of Louis XVI and his Queen, Marie-Antoinette as their loyal fans.
The Marine Chronograph Tourbillon also features standard baguettes that make up the side fluting. Pavé diamonds have been used to set off the brushed chapter ring. The Breguet hallmark is evident in the case details and demonstrates their jewelry expertise. The new model from the house of Breguet bears the reference number 5839 and has been priced at $357,200. The watch with a silvered 18 carat gold dial has a hand-wound mechanical movement. The balance-spring, lever and escape wheel is made in silicon.