Ushering in a new age of elegance, Breguet’s latest addition to its Classique Collection – the Classique 7337 Calendar – marries the heritage of the horologist’s past with the contemporary codes of its future
Breguet understands the importance of details in channelling both the past and future in the codes of its watch designs. Ensuring each refined iteration of an old classic stays true to the house’s aesthetic origins whilst injecting contemporary nuances to provide timely relevance.
Embracing old and new, Breguet brings a new timepiece into the fold of its Classique Collection, which first launched in 2009, with the debut of the Classique 7337 Calendar - a watch with a modern style that pays homage to the strong codes of the Swiss horologist’s heritage.
Choosing between 18k white or rose gold, subtle design updates can be found in an off-centred dial, which is adorned with a very fine Clous de Paris hobnail guilloché pattern, hand-engraved on a rose engine, along with a moonphase at 12 o’clock, and a circular barleycorn motif on the outer dial. Other components of the timepiece are graced with chamfered finishes and a Côtes de Genève motif.
A Calibre 502.3 QSE1 beats at the centre of the Classique 7337 Calendar’s 39mm case, celebrating one of Breguet’s thinnest movements at just 2.4mm thick. The design was conceived to provide a high level of performance despite its slenderness, and the movement can be admired through the sapphire caseback, which simultaneously highlights the brands attention to both detail and decoration.
Worn with either a midnight blue or a mysterious brown alligator leather strap, the finish is beautifully precise - where classic meets contemporary, old meets new, and history redefines the rules of modern style. www.breguet.com
1. Classique Calendar 7337 in 18k white gold with midnight blue alligator leather strap
2. Classique Calendar 7337 in 18k rose gold with mysterious brown leather strap