Pink gold case with a black alligator leather strap. Fixed pink gold bezel set with diamonds. Gem-set dial with pink gold dauphine shaped hands and index hour markers. Dial Type: Analog. Automatic movement with a 43 hour power reserve. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Pull / push crown. Transparent case back. Case diameter: 40 mm. Case thickness: 8.6 mm. Round case shape. Tang clasp. Water resistant at 50 meters / 165 feet. Functions: hour, minute. Luxury watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Item Variations: Q1352507, 1352507, 135.25.07, Q135.25.07. Jaeger LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Small Second Gem-Set Dial Men's Watch Q1352507.
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Engraving - Engraving - an endangered art?
HH Magazine - December 2009
Life, so it seems, is one long honeymoon for Fine Watchmaking and the applied arts. Stone-setters, enamellers and engravers play an all-important role, as every self-respecting manufacture likes to remind us. Only they have the ability to personalise, adorn and bestow an almost exclusive appearance on watches of indubitably industrial (read "machined") origin. Jaeger-LeCoultre provides one example among many: "There is something sacred in every Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece: a passion for detail. The love that guides each craftsman throughout the watch's creation and which continues to the final embellishment." "The applied arts are a cornerstone of our heritage" Speaking at a study day organised by the Societe Suisse de Chronometrie (SSC) on the theme "Watchmaking and its Artists," Estelle Fallet, curator at the Musee de l'Horlogerie et de l'emaillerie in Geneva, insisted on the vital importance of the craftsman's hand in the watchmaking segment. "The applied arts are one of the cornerstones of our cultural heritage. They are heir to a multitude of expertises that have been developed and painstakingly transmitted throughout the centuries. Their history is a nurturing source of inspiration which enables them to embrace contemporary artistic currents. They add to a heritage which they also safeguard, through restoration work. Synonymous with perfection, these arts are a combination of gestures drawn from tradition and new technologies that are a prolongation of the human hand. They transform an ordinary object into a masterpiece. Materials are ennobled at their touch. A watch, worn as a symbol of prestige, is a work of art that requires the contribution of savoir-faire in multiple domains."