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Watches Jewellery September 2020: What's New In Watches

September 2020: What's New In Watches

September 2020: What's New In Watches
A vintage 30-minute counter chronograph in pink gold, circa 1942, by Vacheron Constantin (Photo: Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin)
By Annie Darling
By Annie Darling
September 04, 2020
Discover new, limited-edition and vintage watches by some of the world's top brands

Jaquet Droz

Petite Heure Minute Tiger by Jaquet Droz (Photo: Courtesy of Jaquet Droz)
Petite Heure Minute Tiger by Jaquet Droz (Photo: Courtesy of Jaquet Droz)

Last year, Tatler was invited to an enamel workshop by Jaquet Droz, where we learnt just how difficult it is to paint a miniature masterpiece onto a watch’s dial. While Jaquet Droz’s latest Petite Heure Minute is relatively large for a wristwatch, measuring in at 43 mm, this timepiece still doesn’t allow much room for error, which is why its lifelike depiction of a tiger is so incredible. Available in two limited series of 28 pieces: choose between a white tiger with blue eyes or a Bengal tiger with green eyes.

See also: 5 Things You Need To Know About The Grande Seconde By Jaquet Droz

Blancpain

Villeret Ultraplate by Blancpain (Photo: Courtesy of Blancpain)
Villeret Ultraplate by Blancpain (Photo: Courtesy of Blancpain)

Named after the picturesque Swiss village where Jehan-Jacques Blancpain set up his workshop in 1735, Blancpain’s iconic Villeret Ultraplate gets a facelift for 2020. Two steel and two red gold 38 mm models have been welcomed into the collection, all of which are fitted with Blancpain’s ultra-slim automatic Calibre 1150, which offers a power reserve of 100 hours. 

Vacheron Constantin

A vintage 30-minute counter chronograph in pink gold, circa 1942, by Vacheron Constantin (Photo: Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin)
A vintage 30-minute counter chronograph in pink gold, circa 1942, by Vacheron Constantin (Photo: Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin)

Vacheron Constantin's “Les Collectionneurs” programme is an initiative to buy back vintage models, restore them to full functionality and offer them to collectors. Our favourite? A beautiful pink gold chronograph, circa 1942, is currently on offer. This 36 mm piece boasts an inclined bezel and two rectangular-shaped push buttons at 2 and 4 o’clock. A champagne-coloured dial complete with Roman numerals and pink gold indexes ensures that this wristwatch will never fall out of style.

See also: Luxury Watchmakers Are Stepping Up Their E-commerce Game In The Face Of Covid-19

Omega

Seamaster Aqua Terra Jewellery by Omega (Photo: Courtesy of Omega)
Seamaster Aqua Terra Jewellery by Omega (Photo: Courtesy of Omega)

Earlier this year, Omega added two new dials to its iconic Seamaster Aqua Terra collection: one blue and one green. Now, the watchmaker has added a more luxurious and more feminine edition to its stylish line. Made using Sedna gold, which is an 18-karat, reddish-coloured alloy that’s exclusive to Omega, the Seamaster Aqua Terra Jewellery comes with a silvery guilloché wave-patterned dial and a diamond-set bezel. Marquise-cut ruby hour markers beautifully complement diamond-polished hour and minute hands, which are filled with white Super-LumiNova. Wear with a glossy red leather strap.

See also: 5 Luxury Timepieces To Collect Right Now, According To A Watch Expert


Want to see more from Tatler Hong Kong? You can now download and read our full September issue for free. Simply click here to redeem your free issue. Please note, the free download is available from 2 September, 2020 and is valid until 30 September, 2020.

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