Shenandoah joins the world of the J-Class collection and adopts some strong design codes from that line, such as the Foundation hands. Entirely designed and developed by Speake-Marin's team of designers, it has nevertheless been created and produced with a well-defined character in order to stand out from other models. It is not just an existing model adorned with gemstones.

Like all watches in the J-Class collection, it has been given the name of a famous schooner launched in 1902 and one of the oldest and most beautiful traditional yachts in the world. Shenandoah bears the name of a river in Virginia, United States, which means "the beautiful girl of the stars" in Amerindian.

Shenandoah is unveiled at Baselworld 2015 in 12 versions: equipped with one or two time zones, in white or red gold, gem-set or otherwise.



Shenandoah, case and bezel in 18k red gold. 122 brillants-cut diamonds (1.70 cts), ref. SH38SR02 - D. © Speake-Marin

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An invitation to travel, the flagship model in this collection is inspired by great expeditions with a dial adorned with naval maps. Shenandoah is also presented in a more classic form, but one that is just as surprising with the boldest of Arabic or Roman numerals.