QUEEN OF NAPLES
This storied collection from Breguet has stood the test of time
REFINED AND RESPLENDENT IN EQUAL MEASURE, THE QUEEN OF NAPLES COLLECTION HAS ENDURED THROUGH CENTURIES TO BECOME A HALLMARK OF FEMININE HAUTE HORLOGERIE. BREGUET AND 24:7 PRESENT THE LATEST RENDITIONS OF THIS REGAL RANGE.
Women who desire pedigree in their timepieces will find no finer match than in Breguet’s Queen of Naples collection.
Originally commissioned in 1810 by Caroline Murat, Napoleon’s sister and the Queen of Naples, the watch has a royal lineage that has been manifested in numerous ways for over two centuries, ranging from mega-watt high-jewellery pieces to technically stunning complications. This year, the majestic collection swops its stately demeanour for a slightly younger mien. Framed by signature egg-shaped cases, the watches brandish mother-of-pearl dials with oversized numerals that lend contemporary chic to their classical spirit. Further enlivening the collection are coloured alligator strap options that span navy to fuchsia, or if one prefers, a charming link bracelet for a more glamorous touch.
43.75 x 35.5mm steel case with matching bracelet, “briolette- cut” diamond on crown, and Breguet Calibre 591C automatic movement
43.75 x 35.5mm steel case with “briolettecut” diamond on crown, grey alligator strap, and Breguet Calibre 591C automatic movement