The Haute Horlogerie contents of this creation will be appreciated by connoisseurs from the very first glance.
The tonneau-shaped mechanical movement with a 30-second tourbillon and seven-day power reserve demonstrates the expertise of the Manufacture and its pursuit of producing sophisticated timepieces with a refined design.
The flattened oval-shaped white gold case features a dial adorned with Côtes de Genève - the very same Côtes de Genève that decorate classically designed movements. This motif gives the face of the watch aesthetic tension while signalling its allegiance to traditional watchmaking. The dial is openworked around the tourbillon so that the magnificent settings of the regulating organ can be admired. Similarly, the dial is perforated to reveal part of the watch's gears and serve as a reminder of the film "Modern Times".
The Ovale Tourbillon 1 is also available as a version that exudes even more sophistication. The oval case, this time made from rose gold, is paired with a shiny black dial. The dial is made from onyx, a stone used to make seals in Antiquity. The mysterious seduction of onyx is ideally suited to this model.