BREGUET CLASSIQUE COMPLICATIONS 3795
Despite taking on a traditional form and a humble name, the Classique Complications 3795 is a showcase of abilities in contemporary watchmaking. Its manually wound movement offers a grand complication, featuring a tourbillon at 6 o’clock and a perpetual calendar with retrograde dates at ‘12’, days at ‘9’, and months and leap years at ‘3’. Time is told by an hours chapter on a sapphire disc, along with small seconds on the tourbillon axis. The watch offers a power reserve of 50 hours.
The movement is visible through cutouts made in the dial centre and around the subdials. Flip the timepiece and one sees intricately engraved bridges through the sapphire caseback. The watch comes in an 18k rose gold case with a dial in silvered 18k gold, while a platinum variant is also available.