With a perpetual calendar and spherical moon-phase (made of palladium and steel) and leap-year indication, the De Bethune DB25QP features a rose gold dial hand guillochéd in 12 sectors with apertures indicating the day and month. The watch is powered by the in-house DB2324QP caliber and is placed on an alligator leather strap.
The watch is priced at 180,000.
De Bethune draws nurture and inspiration from several centuries of history in forging its vision of 21st century watchmaking art, profoundly rooted in contemporary culture. Each development is governed by a constant quest for aesthetic excellence, subtly interacting with the pursuit of high technical standards. The architecture of objects is driven as much by its beauty as by its sturdiness or its function, without any one factor outweighing the others. Like the classic chef d’oeuvres of historical master-watchmakers, De Bethune creations are authentic sculptures in which every component is designed to occupy all three spatial dimensions. Discover more about De Bethune here.