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Hand-wound, minute repeater, tourbillon, perpetual calendar, & power reserve indication
Ref: PFH466-1002400-HA1241

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An exceptional chime


The minute repeater sounds the hours, quarter-hours and minutes with an exceptional chime, signalling its eligibility for a place in the watchmaking Hall of Fame.


FEATURES

MOVEMENT

  • CALIBRE PF351
  • WINDING Manual
  • TOTAL DIMENSIONS 13''' - Ø 29.9 mm
  • THICKNESS 7.7 mm
  • FREQUENCY 3 Hz - 21.600 A/h
  • POWER-RESERVE 42 hours
  • NB OF COMPONENTS 504
  • NB OF JEWELS 39

FUNCTIONS

  • Hours, minutes
  • Perpetual calendar
  • Minute repeater
  • Power reserve
  • Tourbillon

DIAL

  • COLOUR White
  • INDEX 18-ct rose gold appliques
  • FINISHING "Grand feu" enamel exterior, hand-engraved centre
  • HANDS Delta-shaped with luminescent coating

CASE

  • DIMENSIONS Ø 45.00 mm
  • THICKNESS 13 mm
  • MATERIAL 18ct rose gold
  • WATER-RESISTANCE 10 m
  • BACK Sapphire
  • GLASS Anti-reflective sapphire

BRACELET

  • BRAND Hermès
  • MATERIAL Alligator
  • COLOUR Havana

BUCKLE

  • TYPE Pin buckle
  • MATERIAL 18ct rose gold

TORIC TECNICA


The dial of this piece is delicately decorated with grand feu enamel, which uses the champlevé technique.


 

This process involves engraving recesses from a gold base to form the basis of the design. Several layers of enamel are successively applied, then fired, until the hollows are filled. The resulting dial is the whitest of whites. It is brought to life by the light which plays off each and every layer of the enamel, giving it a sense of depth despite its perfectly flush satin-finish.

Taking the refinement to yet another level, the movement bridges have been decorated using an exceptionally fine guilloché technique. The network of lines this creates forms thousands of parallel ribs, with no straight lines or angles to be found anywhere. This decorative work is significantly more complex than a classic "Côte de Genève", creating a wave effect which animates the bridges and brings the fresco to life, reflecting light in all directions.

Minute repeater, tourbillon and perpetual calendar - three complications combined within a single integrated movement - make the Tecnica Ombre Blanche one of the most complex timepieces in the world of Haute Horlogerie.