The annual Geneva International Watch Fair is about to begin. The reporting team in front of the Watch House has arrived in Geneva and will bring you the latest and fastest comprehensive watch fair report. Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Grand Feu 2013, the 180th anniversary of the brand’s founding, the Jaeger-LeCoultre factory launched the ultra-thin Master Ultra ThinJubilee commemorative watch to express To the founder of the watch factory Anthony. Memorial to Lecoult (AntoineLeCoultre). This masterpiece interprets extraordinary achievements in watchmaking technology, with a case thickness of only 4.05 mm, becoming the thinnest watch in its class.
The Master Ultra Thin Grand Feu watch has always been a watch enthusiast’s wish to wear a white gold dial watch that can show a traditional craft in the big workshop. Therefore, the Master Ultra Thin Grand Feu Grand Fire Enamel Ultra-Thin Master Series Watches came into being. The watch is equipped with the same ultra-thin movement, a further interpretation of the Master Ultra Thin 1907. The Da Ming fire enamel process requires careful firing of the watch surface and is coated with multiple layers of enamel at extremely high temperatures (usually 800-900 degrees Celsius), and few watchmakers can master this process. . If the temperature is too high, it is likely to cause irreparable damage to the work, because only with instinct and rich experience can the watchmaker accurately determine the time when the gold dial is taken out of the kiln.
The Master Ultra Thin Grand Feu watch with a white gold case also has a knife-like appearance, and the thickness is slightly increased to 5.04 mm to accommodate the dial with multi-layer enamel, making it elegant and timeless design. Presented perfectly through a sapphire crystal. ‘Email Grand Feu’ is engraved on the dial between 7 and 8 o’clock. This time-honored handicraft has made the watch a true masterpiece of art. After centuries, it still exudes its original beauty and light.
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