Working with the legendary creator of haute horlogerie complications, Christophe Claret, DeLaneau devised and created a small series of hand-wound, tourbillon watches with cases and dials enhanced by the delicate gem setting and enameling techniques for which the brand has become renowned.

As well as being truly remarkable works of art, the DeLaneau tourbillon editions also represent an exceptional horological achievement because they are the first watches ever to feature movement plates which are set with precious stones.

Dôme Tourbillon Ange

Dôme Tourbillon Angel © DeLaneau

 

This Grand Feu miniature enamelled dial (Grisaille technique) is protected by a red gold case set with 35 baguette-cut diamonds, 285 diamonds, with a diamond-embedded crown.

It is combined with a Tourbillon mechanical movement set with 52 baguette-cut diamonds and 24 diamonds. The watch has an alligator strap with red gold deploying buckle set with 32 diamonds. It totals approximately 12.44ct.