Master Grande Tradition Tourbillon Cylindrique à Quantième Perpétuel
THE PERFECT MIX BETWEEN CLASSICISM & HIGH COMPLICATIONS!
Inspired by the 19th century, this particular timepiece presents a lot of mechanical complications! It is quite rare to have a flying tourbillon + a perpetual calendar on a automatic winding caliber and there is more… The flying tourbillon has a cylindrical hair spring which really adds more magic to the creation.
The 2 levels on the dial shows that JAEGER-LECOULTRE has a huge « know-how ». You can appreciate it looking at the numbers indications and other fine details such as the 20 seconds marks below the flying tourbillon. It actually corresponds to one minute divided by 3.
The oscillating weight is a piece of Art! Made of 22K gold, it represents the gold medal won by Jaeger-LeCoultre in 1889 at the Universal Exhibition in Paris.
Hats off ! JAEGER-LECOULTRE.