A Touch Of Class
With grace and timelessness, Breguet Classique showcases the best of this great manufacture’s watchmaking tradition and know-how.
For a watch that was introduced in the 1970s, Breguet Classique has none of the typical overt style and loud features of its contemporaries. Rather, its aesthetics is best described as low key, timeless and maybe even quite serious. This elegant wristwatch is often regarded as the one that is quintessentially Breguet – and for good reason. It has a simple round case beautifully fluted around the sides and is accompanied by flameblued pomme hands, which are also known as Breguet-style hands.
The Classique also typically comes with elaborately styled dials, often decorated with traditional handapplied guilloche made using rose engine lathes, although on occasion Breguet has released Classique models with enamel dials. Finally, the manufacture has been known to adorn Classique as frequently with Roman numerals as it does with Breguet-style numerals. And these are just some of the reasons why Classique is