In steel or pink gold, the Rendez-Vous Moon watch and its new moon phase, which Jaeger-LeCoultre is presenting at the SIHH, are part of the watchmaking landscape as a true ode to femininity. Reflecting the know-how of the master craftsmen and watchmakers of the manufactory, it will not fail to seduce enthusiasts of brilliant mechanics.
The moon phase expressed in a new light
The new Rendez-Vous Moon watch presents an entirely reworked moon phase that showcases the extensive expertise of the Grande Maison’s Rare Handcrafts “Métiers Rares®”. In a disc at 6 o’clock, a delicately polished moon cycles through its phases against a lacquered blue starry sky, enhanced to stunning effect by the sea of clouds that carry it. When full, the round and radiant moon serves as a light-hearted reminder that the circle still reigns supreme as the predominant geometric shape in the Rendez-Vous collection.
Iconic design and emblematic features
Instantly and unmistakably recognizable, the Rendez-Vous collection’s characteristic, original features are naturally present. They include the bezel, set with 60 brilliant-cut diamonds blended into a seamless border. Meanwhile the watch’s inner dial is studded with 47 smaller diamonds in perfect symmetry. The textured effect of the guilloché dial completes the harmonious marriage of materials and precious stones. Under the roof of the Manufacture, its experts in aesthetic precision devote themselves to crafting the Maison’s most beautiful guilloché pieces.
This new interpretation of the illustrious Rendez-Vous Moon succeeds in being simultaneously different and the same. Like the endlessly renewed inspiration of the master watchmakers and talented jewelers who continually strive to hone their gestures and techniques, this delicate watch presents an invitation to view time as intrinsically feminine.