Breguet Classique Tourbillon Quantième Perpétuel
The Classique Tourbillon Quantième Perpétuel is a daring design that retains all the classical design codes unique to Breguet. On the dial, Breguet lifts the hours and minutes off the dial with a three-dimensional opaque hours and minutes chapter disc. The opaque sapphire crystal disc is painted with Roman numerals and fitted with Breguet hands in blued steel. Beneath the disc, an engine-turned hobnail pattern decorates the dial, overarched by the semi-circular scale of the retrograde date.
A one-minute tourbillon is at 6 o’clock and is mounted on a slight dome. Its bridge is delicately chamfered and surmounted by a triple hand for the running seconds. The day is indicated by an instantaneous hand in the subdial at 9 o’clock. The engine-turning is in a gorgeous wave pattern. The month and leap year are indicated in the subdial at 3 o’clock. The engine-turning is in a shimmering sunburst pattern.
Turning the watch over reveals exquisite hand-engraved baseplate. The Classique Tourbillon QP 3797 is available with a 41mm platinum or rose gold case and is fitted with the Calibre 558QP2 manually wound movement with tourbillon and perpetual calendar.
One of six compelling finalists for TimeZone’s 2014 Watch of the Year, the winner is chosen exclusively by the TimeZone community and the finalist with the most community votes by noon EST on Monday, March 2, 2015 shall win the 2014 TimeZone Watch of the Year Award.
3797 (guilloché) & 3795 (skeleton)
Manufacture Calibre 558QP3 manual-winding mechanical movement, 45 jewels, 18’000 vph and 60-hour power reserve.
Date, Day, Hours, Minutes, Month, Perpetual calendar, Seconds, Tourbillon, Year
41mm platinum or 18-carat pink gold with fluted caseband
Silvered 18-carat gold, engine-turned in four different patterns