BREGUET MARINE ÉQUATION MARCHANTE 5887
In 1815, A.L. Breguet became the official chronometer-maker to the French Royal Navy, making him the authority in calculating longitudes at sea. The Marine Équation Marchante 5887 is the newest addition to that proud nautical tradition. The 950 platinum case houses a blue dial inscribed with a wave pattern created specifically for this model. The words ‘Marine royale’ are engraved on the tourbillon bar. The bridges, visible through the sapphire caseback, are decorated to depict the Royal Louis, a first rank vessel of the French Royal Navy. The self-winding movement powers a perpetual calendar, 80-hour power reserve, and equation of time — a sophisticated indication of civil time and true time by means of two separate minutes hands.