Louis Erard introduces The Excellence Petite Seconde with stone dials in Aventurine, Lapis-Lazuli and Malachite. Just about every limited to 99 parts.
The Louis Erard Identification
Based mostly in the Jura mountains, the birthplace of watchmaking, Louis Erard embodies the values of Swiss mechanics, the tradition that retains its promises. Combining luxurious, timelessness and magnificence, this independent brand is renowned for its mechanical watches. Louis Erard proceeds to set alone apart from mass-marketplace brand names. Encouraged by superior-finish watchmaking, the brand draws on its values to enhance its mechanical timepieces.
Introducing Stone & Glass Petite 2nd Dials
Reducing stones and glass to satisfy the finesse of a dial necessitates know-how in fine watchmaking. The challenge is twofold, due to the fact the dial has two ranges and the product is cut to expose the snailed opaline seconds counter.
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Excellence Petite Seconde Aventurine
Aventurine stands out in the Louis Erard Petite Second with its sparkling inclusions. Getting its name from the Italian “Aventura”, this means adventure or likelihood, this glass was first created by Venetian glass-blowers in the 17th century. Prized for its celestial attract, aventurine retains a specific place in the environment of luxury, as fascinating as a meteor shower on a moonless night time in excess of the ridges of the Jura Mountains.
Excellence Petite Seconde Lapis-Lazuli
Evoking the deep azure of early dawn, the blue hour of the Louis Erard Petite Next Lapis-Lazuli sits suspended between night and the new day. A flash of Yves Klein blue on the wrist. And as if we wanted reminding, lapis lazuli is a cerulean blue metamorphic rock dotted with silicate inclusions. A stone of internal peace. An ornamental stone that has survived millennia, and from which man has long extracted an ultramarine blue pigment extra valuable than gold.
Excellence Petite Seconde Malachite
The Louis Erard Petite Seconde Malachite crops its toes firmly back again on the ground. A burst of woodland pasture brushed by German artist Gerhard Richter. Endowed with the capability to amplify good strength, the stone is common of luxury watchmaking in the 1960s but usually takes on a decidedly up to date come to feel below. The familiarity of a vintage piece, nevertheless obtainable, modern day, gentle, normal. As if the silver and steel cladding have been stripping the malachite of its to some degree dusty luxurious connotations to reveal its energetic, organic magnificence.
Every single look at has a matching calf nubuck leather strap with tone-on-tone attachment details. Deep blue for the Excellence Petite Seconde Aventurine, early morning blue for the Excellence Petite Seconde Lapis-Lazuli, and forest eco-friendly for the ’Excellence Petite Seconde Malachite, with Louis Erard blue lining. Complete with a polished stainless metal pin buckle and useful capture spring bars enabling the strap to be altered immediately.
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