Leaning on a wealth of watchmaking know-how, the House of Breguet has unveiled the Marine watch for women, drawing inspiration from our oceans, as well as the progressive creations of Abraham-Louis Breguet, who first designed watches for daring women in the 18th century.
Dedicated to modern-day female explorers, this collection embodies a desire to travel the seas, and be carried by the winds and currents. Featuring an original motif that reflects the flow of waves on the dial, the second hand is decorated with a maritime flag representing the initial of Breguet.
De rigeur with Breguet’s designs, this collection combines refinement with technical performance, promising style, function and form in a wristwatch, and will fit even the finest of wrists, with its flexible strap fasteners that extend from the case with a diameter of less than 34 millimetres.
Available in steel, as well as rose or white gold, the Marine also features variations with the bezel ringed and illuminated by diamonds or, for the gold models, where the diamonds continue on the bevel of the rotor and the crown protection, bringing the total to 1.26 carats. Other nautical nuances feature within the Roman numerals designed to resemble nautical pennants, while the sapphire crystal caseback shows the self-winding 591A calibre and its bars decorated with double engine-turned côtes de Genève calling to mind a ship’s deck hands.
With three watches within the Marine collection – Marine Dame 9518 diamond-set in rose or white gold, Marine Dame in 9517 in steel, and Marine Dame 9518 in diamond-set steel – the timepieces evoke an exhilarating sense of adventure where women map their own destiny.