Jaeger-LeCoultre’s watchmaking expertise is once again highlighted with its three new scintillating collections for 2011 ‘revealing the mysteries of artistry’. The Master Lady Collection is defined as the eternal feminine range featuring a soft silhouette, sensual curves and innate elegance. The case is clothed in steel and pink or white gold with a line of brilliant-cut diamonds. The chapter ring features rounded contemporary numerals and the dial is adorned with a central circular guilloché motif, or a marquetry-work pattern of mother-of-pearl, diamonds or feathers. The Master Lady Night & Day is driven by Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 867A. Versions include the Master Lady Tourbillon, Master Lady Tourbillon Wild and Master Lady Tourbillon Enamel.
The Master Minute Repeater has a miniature enamel painted dial and the horological mastery embodied in Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 947. It has a gem-set version, the Master Grand Tourbillon Enamel as well. The Celestial Collection includes Master Gyrotourbillon 1which features a platinum case majestically crowned with baguette-cut diamonds that appears enhanced by the radiance of a dial adorned using the rock setting technique, with baguette-cut diamonds carefully arranged to depict the vault of the Sistine Chapel. The Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication has a minute repeater, a celestial flying tourbillon, and a sidereal zodiac calendar. The Master Grand Tourbillon comes in two versions – a pink gold set with brilliant-cut diamonds and a white gold paved with baguette-cut diamonds.