This year, Breguet introduced a new interpretation of its Reine de Naples 8908. The first model in this collection debuted in 2002. The new version is distinguished by a rose-gold case, 36.50 mm by 28.45 mm, set with 128 diamonds and a dial partially crafted from Tahitian mother-of-pearl. These features enhance the main attributes of the original model, namely the moon-phase and powerreserve indicator at 12 o’clock along with the offset hours and small seconds at 6 and 7 o’clock, respectively. The layout of these functions is inspired by the firstever wristwatch, created by A.-L. Breguet between 1810 and 1812 for Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples. Self-winding movement, numbered and signed Breguet, with 45-hour power reserve. Black satin strap with diamondset folding clasp. $36,100.