Breguet
Tourbillon
Ref. 5357PT


EUR 59.500,-

Breguet Tourbillon with box and papers in condition like new. With hang-engraved movement, the watch is a masterpiece of watchmaking.

Details


Material

Platinum

Clockwork

Manual

Ref NR.

5357PT

Dial color

silver

Paper

Yes

Condition

like new

Box

Yes

Diameter

40mm

Warranty

1 Year

The finest of all complications

Tourbillon

The tourbillion is considered the highest of all complications in watchmaking and is certainly the most beautiful. Invented and patented by Abraham-Luis Breguet in 1801, the tourbillon has become the symbol of the brand. Through the constant rotation of the balance, Breguet managed to compensate for the deviation of a watch due to the position and the resulting direction of gravity. This sophisticated mechanism is still considered a masterpiece of the greatest watchmaker of all time - Abraham-Louis Breguet.

A man who shaped the history of watchmaking

Breguet

Abraham-Louis Brequet born in 1747 was without doubt one of the most important men in the history of watchmaking, if not the most important. With inventions such as the first self-winding mechanism, the shock absorber and the Breguet hairspring, which are still found almost unchanged in every top brand watch today, he crowned the art of watchmaking alongside many other patents with the most beautiful of all complications: The Tourbillon. Even today, long after the death of the most gifted of all master watchmakers, the Breguet brand is still renowned for highly technical innovations in the art of watchmaking.

The best time is now:

Breguet Tourbillon

1 1 Year Timelounge-Warranty

Box included

Papers included

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Weekly Business

When I think back to the watch experiences of my childhood, there is always one detail that comes to mind that has stuck with me: the little aluminum plate bent around the strap of my father's watch, on which a monthly calendar was printed.

Discontinued - Part II

When I wrote about the end of the Patek Philippe Nautilus in stainless steel, I couldn't imagine that I would have to write such an article again only a few weeks later. This time, however, it hit me much harder. Because this time it was about the Royal Oak.