Jaeger-LeCoultre

Since its creation, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been delighting and surprising devotees of beautiful objects. In keeping with the inventive spirit initiated in 1833 by its founder Antoine LeCoultre, the artisans of the Manufacture combine their talents and expertise to create collections which have been at the forefront of watchmaking both technically and artistically: Reverso, Master, Rendez-Vous and Atmos – this rich legacy built by the Grande Maison over centuries serves as a constant source of inspiration in its ongoing pursuit of excellence. In the wake of many legendary models, the 21st century has seen the emergence of the Hybris Mechanica and Hybris Artistica collections. These rare pieces are as surprising as they are sophisticated yet again bearing witness to the creative passion of the men and women who work in symbiosis under its roof – some of them descending from a long line of watchmakers.

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Collection

Left: Automatic Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris 41 mm, steel, calf strap, with folding clasp, automatic Cal. 898, sapphire-crystal 10 atm. Ref Q9008471.; Right: Chronograph Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris 42mm, steel, calf strap, with folding clasp, automatic Cal. 751, sapphire-crystal, 10 atm. Ref.:9028471.

Polaris Collection

While affirming its sporting character, the Jaeger‑LeCoultre Polaris collection also embodies the characteristic elegance of the Grande Maison. The dial features sunray brushed, grained and opaline finishes, while the case plays with light across its alternating brushed and polished design.

Bucherer Blue Editions

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Master Ultra Thin Date

The BLUE EDITIONS represent a new stage in the strong relationship which has linked Jaeger-LeCoultre and Bucherer for five years. It also presents the two companies with the opportunity to offer to their customers two exceptional models that epitomize the craftsmanship of the manufacture of Le Sentier, Switzerland. Slender and delicate, these Master Ultra Thin BLUE EDITIONS express an horological philosophy based on reducing functions and their representation to the absolute essentials: «This Master from the BLUE EDITION is a watch for men who value understated, simple elegance and high-quality products that are manufactured in Switzerland», declares Cédric Torres, Brand Manager of Jaeger-LeCoultre in Switzerland.
Over the years Jaeger-LeCoultre have produced eye-wateringly exquisite timepieces, a noticeable feat includes inventing the smallest mechanical movement ever made in 1929.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Collections

The Rendez-Vous collection doesn’t give up all of its secrets upon first glance. There’s an automatic caliber in the interior of its case... and a large place left to the imagination.

Rendez-Vous Collection

You have to study it closely to discover its treasures: its automatic movement, where the sapphire bottom reveals the complexity of the machinery; the delicacy of its finishing touches; its face which is finely-engraved or covered in mother-of-pearl; the shine of its precious stones. Graceful from every angle, this collection is the union between the aesthetic and the mechanical. An ode to beauty that underscores the female wrist whether by day or at night. Contrary to popular belief, the first wristwatches were worn by women. Always on the cutting edge, Jaeger‑LeCoultre was one of the first to offer women elegant watches, completely set with diamonds and with exceptionally small calibers.

Wristwatch Jaeger-LeCoultre, Reverso Classic, small, steel, Kroko strap, with folding clasp, silver dial with arabic. Hand winding movement. Cal. 657, 3 atm, Ref.:2662430.

Reverso Collection

When the Reverso turns to allow room for another dial driven by the same movement, it offers a new face to its wearer. The Reverso Classic Small Duetto pink gold watch with its delicate proportions is a little gem, day and night.

JAEGER-LECOULTRE HERITAGE

Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of very few watchmaking companies to have produced all of its movements in-house for the entirety of their history. The company was originally founded in 1833 by Antoine LeCoultre who had a desire to manufacture high quality mechanical watches.

Jaeger-LeCoultre has mastered many of the toughest complications including creating the world’s thinnest movement at just 1.38mm. The ultra-thin movements have been critical in creating some of their best loved collections including the Reverso, which essentially offers two watches for one.