Breguet Horloger De La Marine Watch

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Breguet Horloger De La Marine Watch


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Breguet Horloger De La Marine Watch in 18ct yellow gold with champagne guilloche dial on bracelet, excellent condition.

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Breguet Horloger De La Marine Watch

Model                    : Marine

Year                        : N/A

Gender                  : Unisex

Movement            : Automatic

Casing                   : 18ct Yellow Gold

Glass                      : Sapphire Glass

Dial                         : Silver

Diameter               : 26 mm

Bracelet                 : 18ct Yellow Gold (14.5 cm)

Condition               : Excellent

Accessories            : N/A

Unisex wristwatch stamped gold 750, self-winding, decorated lever movement, calibre 889/2, rotor weight gold 875, precision adjust, partly guilloché dial, applied dot numerals, Roman numerals, date, central second, case no. 4145, diameter c. 26 mm, covered folding buckle. The champagne guilloche dial is hand engraved on a rose engine with roman numerals and is accompanied by a date indicator at 6 o’clock, blued steel breguet hands and a sapphire crystal. Completing the watch is an 18k yellow gold bracelet with a concealed double deployant clasp, a fixed 18k yellow gold bezel and an automatic movement.



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Breguet is a luxury watch, clock and jewelry manufacturer founded by Abraham-Louis Breguet in Paris in 1775. Since 1999, it has been a subsidiary of the Swiss Swatch Group. Headquartered in L’Abbaye, Switzerland, Breguet is one of the oldest surviving watchmaking brands and a pioneer of numerous watchmaking technologies such as the tourbillon, which was invented by Abraham Breguet in 1801. Abraham Breguet also invented and produced the world’s first self-winding watch (the Perpétuelle) in 1780, as well as the world’s first wristwatch in 1810 (the Breguet No.2639, for Caroline Bonaparte, Queen of Naples).

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