Jaeger-LeCoultre debuts the bejeweled La Rose Blanche timepiece


There is something about bejeweled timepieces that never fails to attract a woman. Actress Margareth Madè is one such beauty who is attracted to such bespoke creations. The lady flaunted her love for bejeweled timepieces as she was seen sporting the extremely exquisite La Rose Blanche timepiece from Jaeger-LeCoultre Haute Joaillerie line at the Opening Ceremony Dinner of the Venice Film Festival at the Excelsior Hotel in Venice. The timepiece which debuted at the 67th Venice Film Festival is among the many breathtaking creations that Jaeger le Coultre is presenting at La Mostra. Displaying the watchmaker’s expertise in the traditional metiers d’art of high watchmaking, the La Rose Blanche is one breathtaking beauty. Powered by the mechanical manufacture JLC Calibre 846, this timepiece is set with 1,210 gemstones namely, 900 diamonds and 310 sapphires.

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A bespoke 18ct timepiece; over 225 hours were dedicated to the intricate process of gem setting this timepiece. The diamond and sapphire bombé pistil opens to reveal the diamond and sapphire dial with white gold hands.
A high end creation that functions as both a piece of jewelry and watch, it is sure to be loved by the luxury loving woman of today.
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