breguet - BREGUET 7137BR/15/9VU
breguet - BREGUET 7137BR/15/9VU


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Breguet Classique 7137 

The traditional engine-turning crafted by hand finds its full expression in the Classique line. Just like two centuries ago, the artisan uses an engine-turning lathe for circular decorations or a “straight-line machine” for linear designs. The Classique 7137 features a panier maillé basket weave pattern for the power reserve display, a damier checkerboard pattern for the date display and a clous de Paris hobnailing pattern for the main part of the dial. The dial of the white gold version is in Breguet blue color. In the rose gold version, the dial color is created using silver powder and a soft brush. 

The ultimate finesse 

The sapphire crystal of the Classique 7137  unveil the extra-thin hand-decorated 502.3 automatic caliber. This movement has a reduced thickness with its open barrel and an offset rotor. This special design makes it possible to distinguish the barrel spring, which is otherwise hidden. The use of a silicon balance spring following recent technological research continues Abraham-Louis Breguet’s quest for precision on a contemporary level. 

The origins of the Classique 

As of 1786, the watchmaker added the art of engine-turning to watchmaking codes, benefiting readability in the process. Perpetuelle No.5 pocket watch, source of inspiration for the Classique 7137 model, features engine-turning patterns as well as an hours chapter with Roman numerals. 
With the new Classique 7137 , Breguet continues to incorporate the timeless codes invented by Abraham-Louis Breguet in today’s watchmaking. 

Technical specifications

Case: round, in 18-carat rose gold with finely fluted caseband. Rounded welded lugs with screw bars. Diameter: 39 mm. Thickness 8.65 mm. Sapphire-crystal caseback. Water-resistant to 3 bar (30 meters). 
Dial: silver, in 18-carat-gold, engine-turned by hand. Individually numbered and signed Breguet. Hours chapter with Roman numerals. Open-tipped Breguet hands. Moon phases and age indicator at 2 o’clock. Date indicator at 6 o’clock. Power-reserve indicator between 10 o’clock and 11 o’clock. 
Movement: mechanical self-winding, extra-thin. Decorated with côtes de Genève, caliber 502.3 DR1. Numbered and signed Breguet. 12 lignes. Thickness 3.65 mm. 37 jewels. 256 components. 45-hour power reserve. 18-carat-gold rotor, engine-turned by hand. Breguet balance wheel. Reverse in-line lever escapement with silicon horns. Flat balance spring in silicon. Frequency 3 hertz. Adjusted in 6 positions. 
Strap: alligator leather with rose gold folding buckle. 
Also available in 18-carat white gold with blue gold dial: 
Reference REF. 7137BB/Y5/9VU 

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