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    Jacques Date Tourbillon Watch With Enamel Paint

    Jaguar’s new high-end jewellery watch series showcases superb artistic quality, blending elegance and beauty. The two watches, the Rendez-VousWildRose dating series wild rose watch and the Rendez-VousTourbillonEnamel dating series enamel painted tourbillon, show exquisiteness and elegance everywhere, and its classic appearance is the precious experience accumulated by the Jaeger-LeCoultre watch factory for 175 years crystallization. Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Date Enamel Tourbillon Watch
    Tribute to rare craftsmanship
         Sublime the beauty of machinery and perfect the watchmaking process again. Stimulate and look forward to. Full of hope and charm. The artisans of the Jaeger-LeCoultre watch factory are constantly challenging the size of watches. Each professional technician displays his own artistic talents. They work together in earnest to design the most extraordinary masterpieces. Jewelers, enamel painters, engraving decorators, sculptors, and watchmakers, like talented artists, combine technology, aesthetics, bottom case, shape, gear, decoration and other elements to create a piece Beautiful timepieces.
         Jaeger-LeCoultre’s new line of fine jewellery watches showcases superb artistic quality, blending elegance and beauty. Two watches, the Rendez-Vous Wild Rose and the Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Enamel Tourbillon, are exquisite and elegant everywhere, and their classic appearance is accumulated over 175 years by Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmakers. The crystallization of valuable experience. In addition to using human hands to praise the never-ending rest of time, what else can show higher respect?
         The hour and minute hands made of gold reveal a meticulous and refined watchmaking spirit. At the Jaeger-LeCoultre watch factory in Rugu, the craftsmen hand-painted exquisite enamel painting patterns, and perfectly combined natural mother-of-pearl, diamonds and noble guilloche patterns, mechanical movements. Three watches of different styles, three masterpieces of rare craftsmanship. The flow of light at any time exudes the fragrance of roses.
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Date Enamel Tourbillon Watch
         The Rendez-Vous Wild Rose watch is like a blooming flower. Its crown is made of mother-of-pearl, with fresh and elegant colors. The delicately set rose buds are telling sweet words to the corolla set with inverted diamonds, and under one of the petals, day / night indications are looming. White, pink, purple, and three colors of mother-of-pearl are intricately matched, vividly depicting the pattern of petals, allowing the most romantic flowers to emit a rainbow-like rainbow color. Inside the watch is the Jaeger-LeCoultre 898B self-winding mechanical movement, which is designed and manufactured in the Jaeger-LeCoultre watch factory. The bezel, lugs, and white gold case are decorated with a row of brilliant diamonds that complement the mother-of-pearl.
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Date Enamel Tourbillon Watch
         The Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Tourbillon Enamel Date Tourbillon Watch is equipped with an exquisite tourbillon device and is driven by the famous Jaeger-LeCoultre 978 automatic winding movement, showing the art of enamel painting for hundreds of years. This series is available in two styles, one of which uses snowflake mosaic technology, combined with opaque enamel and translucent enamel technology, to create a rich color gradient effect, which provides the brand’s iconic element, roses, with a full bloom. stage. Spread the flowers and the double flowers on the dial in a vivid and realistic way. The delicate guilloché case back is embellished with golden brown and brown gradients, bringing the rose pattern to life. The hour and minute hands move precisely. At 6 o’clock, a diamond ring surrounds the mechanical lace of the tourbillon. The back of the Rendez-Vous Enamel Tourbillon enamel-painted tourbillon watch is perfectly combined with the shape, which showcases the art and the superb manual skills of the Jaeger-LeCoultre workshop.
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Date Enamel Tourbillon Watch
    Enamel painting: Jaeger-LeCoultre unique craftsmanship
         Since its inception, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been dedicated to the details, and the enamel micro-painting art perfectly reflects this pursuit, highlighting Jaeger-LeCoultre’s outstanding watchmaking craftsmanship with the ultimate beauty. Today, the enamel micro-painting process is almost lost. As a defender of watchmaking tradition, Jaeger-LeCoultre has carried forward this ancient watch decoration technology, making pure enamel shine in the hands of enamel painting experts.
         Careful attention to detail is an essential quality for all watchmakers, and it also determines the quality of miniature paintings. The masters of Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmaking are constantly striving to create the second side of the Reverso watch’s unique personality and the famous round watch dial according to customers’ wishes.
         The step-by-step manufacturing process requires a lot of delicate operation. Before starting the painting, the enamelist applied a layer of magnetic powder to the back of the dial or the bottom of the case to prevent the metal from deforming during the firing process. Since then, the artist has begun decorating with layers of white enamel glaze.
         Based on this layer of enamel, various metal oxide pigments can be added to form a variety of colors. These brilliant enamels are drawn on metal with quill pens or extremely fine brushes, and repeatedly fired in the furnace until the desired delicate color is formed. Ultimate success depends largely on being able to form the finest and most accurate lines possible. However, each high-temperature roasting stage (800 to 850 degrees in fire enamel firing) is a difficult test for the work. In addition, in order to ensure that the watch mechanism works properly, the enamelist needs to be absolutely precise when operating, so as to not exceed the allowable error range of two tenths of a millimeter.
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Tourbillon Enamel Date Enamel Tourbillon Watch
         Finally, in order to protect the enamel micropaint on the back of the Reverso series watch, the enamelist covered the painting surface with a solvent. The solvent protection layer is composed of multiple layers of thin transparent enamel and also serves as a glaze to protect the miniature. The solvent protective layer enhances the depth and intensity of the colors, making the picture more vivid. The last step of the process is done at a temperature of more than 800 degrees Celsius, so it is extremely dangerous, because each time baking in the furnace may destroy the work, and torture the hours of hard work. Enamel painting is also known as ‘painting under solvent.’ With its high artistic value and characteristics that are not easy to deteriorate, enamel micropainting is the most perfect enamel art. Jaeger-LeCoultre
         Jaeger-LeCoultre is the first watchmaking factory in Vallée de Joux, Switzerland, and since its establishment in 1833, it has played a pivotal role in the history of watchmaking. As a leader in the field of watchmaking, Jaeger-LeCoultre has mastered all the exquisite craftsmanship of watchmaking, and has produced many legendary models, such as the Reverso series, Duoplan double series, Master Control series, Memovox Polaris, Gyrotourbillon The spherical tourbillon watch and the Atmos air clock leave an indelible mark in the field of watchmaking. Jaeger-LeCoultre has a long-established traditional watchmaking technology and relentless pursuit of technological innovation. Each watch is the result of the collaboration of watchmakers, mechanical technicians and technicians. Every watch embodies Jaeger-LeCoultre’s 179-year expertise. While Jaeger-LeCoultre upholds the most noble watchmaking traditions of Ru Valley, it also integrates cutting-edge technology into watch manufacturing. With 1,231 mechanical movements and 398 registered patents, Jaeger-LeCoultre leads the way in fine watchmaking and is a model for the industry.
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Studio Masters Miklos Merczel Enamel Watches-Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Watches
         ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ is a masterpiece of the Dutch golden age master Vermeer, known as ‘The Mona Lisa of the North’. Miklos Merczel, the head of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s enamel studio, presented it in miniature on the back of Reverso. A glimpse of the horror of the young girl in the painting, attracting people’s hearts. And the newly-deceased senior collector, Mr. Yun Yonglin, is more certain that in the field of watch micro-painting enamel, ‘the person who can surpass him (Miklos) does not exist’.