The “Tortue Lady” is a new sculpture by Claude Meylan: the combination of mechanics and sensual curves gives it an affirmed femininity.
Its architecture associates the Yin of its Tortue case and the Yang of its automatic movement. The mechanism is partially revealed. Sober and elegant, a soft curve reveals the balance wheel and the anchor, they give the rhythm while the mass oscillates and is animated at leisure.
Entirely redesigned and created in-house, this exclusive caliber uses the regulating elements of the ETA 2671 movement. It thus retains its great reliability and accessibility.
It meets the expectations expressed by our customers, such as the fact that a woman likes mechanics, and the desire to have a certain animation in the watch.
We listened carefully and chose an automatic mechanism.
True to our know-how, a soft and sensual curve runs from 11 o’clock to 4 o’clock and partially reveals the elements of this exclusive caliber.
The weight, reversed and positioned at 6 o’clock, oscillates and moves with the movements of its lucky owner’s wrist.
This new self-winding movement, with its contemporary elegance, sets the scene for the dial and the bridge at 3 o’clock. The dial, simple and polished, allows an easy reading of the time, while the bridge at 3 o’clock, delicately decorated, highlights the sensual side of this little watchmaking treasure.
The mass is finely stamped with the same guilloche effect as on the bridge, and is animated in a joyful and playful way.
The blued dauphine hour and minute hands are polished and satin-finished, contributing to the instant reading of the time.
The bracelet with its multiple choice of materials (here in turquoise leather) gives the final touch to this timepiece. The pin buckle that equips it, allows the discovery of this new mechanism.
Claude Meylan invites you to travel in a new dimension, all his know-how allows to demonstrate that a feminine watch is not only a round, resized and set watch!
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