Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel

Post by Racer-X » April 2nd 2019, 8:11pm

"The focus of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s timepieces for this year hangs on “The Art of Precision”. The theme comes after the integration of the various decorative arts within the maison into one single unit, the Métiers Rares. Where the brand used to develop artistic crafts individually, now they function as a whole. It’s most apparent in the Master Ultra Thin line, which is the bridge between its regularly styled Master line and its higher complication timepieces such as the Duomètre or Hybris Mechanica series. We featured the first release of this year’s highlights in our pre-SIHH edition, showcasing the Master Ultra Thin Moon Enamel. At the fair, the brand revealed two others in the series.

The Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel is one of the three limited-edition timepieces that combine guillochage and enameling on the dial. Using a traditional lathing machine, the sunray guilloché dial is coated with a dark blue enamel and fired up repeatedly, a technique known as flinqué, with up to three repetitions needed to achieve the even tone on the dial."

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