Van Cleef & Arpels has once again found inspiration in the surprising weather, with their latest piece, Lady Jour des Fleurs, that was launched at SIHH 2016. The French Maison’s technical prowess and creative research, led to the creation of this beautiful watch.
Featuring a 33 mm case and a 40-hour power reserve, the Lady Jour des Fleurs is powered by a special, hand-wound mechanical movement, equipped with an hour minute display and a 12-hour rotating disk module, developed specifically for Van Cleef & Arpels.
The dial is an instant attention grabber, with precious diamonds, yellow and pink sapphires working their magic alongside tsavorite and spessartite garnets, as well as spinels, all contributing to this completely new dimension seen on the dial.
The pierced over-dial allows an ever-changing scene to come to life, depicting the scintillating foliage in bright hues of green, yellow, orange and purple. The bezel also shows off precious stones, with diamonds and a pink sapphire adorning the crown, while the white gold caseback benefits from engravings and motifs matching the dial.
Attached to a wine-red alligator bracelet, the Lady Jour des Fleurs can also be accompanied by a matching jeweled bracelet, which keeps in line with the dial while showing off diamonds and colored stones. Part of Van Cleef & Arpels’ new collection, this watch will be produced in a limited edition, with the price-tag revealed only upon request.