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Montblanc’s Collection Villeret 1858 unveiled at SIHH

By Adrian Prisca


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On the occasion of the 2013 SIHH in Geneva, MontBlanc has not only presented the Collection Princesse Grace de Monaco, which we’ve already featured, but also the Collection Villeret 1858, another limited edition collection of elegant timepieces.

Included in this stunning collection are the brand new and exclusive ExoTourbillon Chronographe models alongside a unique version for the ladies. There is nothing particularly new about the ExoTourbillon LE8 (109151), except the fact that it provides the wearer with an impressively gorgeous view over the tourbillon within.

Another interesting feature of this timepiece is the 18-carat gold dial which provides a tri-dimensional effect. The dial, if you don’t prefer gold, or if you can’t afford the price, is also available in silver grey.

The ladies’ watch, the Villeret Seconde Authentique is extremely feminine, boasting with a classy mother-of-pearl dial alongside some diamond sparkle. It also features a rather intriguing concave bezel, treated domed sapphire crystal which actively protects the dial, an exquisite hand-wound mechanical movement and a staggering 18-carat red gold case.

The timepieces are priced according to their value – $264,127 for the ExoTourbillon and $108,360 for the Seconde Authentique. Looking past the expensiveness, these timepieces are absolutely staggering, all the way.


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