The Beyer Watch

The design of this watch emulates the giant timepiece that hangs outside the Beyer shop. It has served as a trademark for decades, and can be seen from a long way off on the Bahnhofstrasse.

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Petite Heure Minute The Loving Butterfly

Ref. J005013207
Automatic movement
Pink gold 750
68 hours power reserve
Limited to 28 pieces
Case diameter: 39 mm

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The Eclipse Mother of Pearl / Ref. J012614570

Automatic movement
Moon-phase
68 hours power reserve
White gold 750
248 diamonds 1,62 ct.
Case diameter: 39 mm

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Petite Heure Minute Paillonne / Ref. J005013240

Automatic movement
Pink gold, leather strap
Limited by 8 pieces
Case diameter: 39 mm

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Lady 8 / Ref. J014500270

Automatic movement
Stainless steel, Leather strap
Aventurine dial, 68 hours power reserve
48 diamonds 0,530 ct.
Case diameter: 35 mm

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Grande Seconde SW Steel / Ref. J029030243

Automatic movement
Stainless steel, leather strap
Case diameter: 45 mm

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Quantieme Perpetuel / Ref. J008334202

Automatic movement
White gold 750
Perpetual calendar date retrograde
Case diameter: 43 mm

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Grande Seconde Quantième / Ref. J007033200

Automatic movement
Pink gold, leather strap
Case diameter: 43 mm

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Quantieme Perpetuel / Ref. J008334202

Automatic movement, white gold 750
Perpetual calendar, retrograde date
Case diameter: 43 mm

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Petite Heure Minute Relief Dragon / Ref. J005023271

Automatic movement
Pink gold / leather strap
Limited to 88 pieces
Case diameter: 41 mm

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The Eclipse Ivory Enamel / Ref. J12633203

Automatic movement, pink gold / leather strap
Case diameter: 43 mm

Jaquet Droz

The Beyer range is now carrying the exclusive watch collection by Jaquet Droz. In all of these watches ticks a mechanical automatic calibre with a double-barrel movement, featuring a 68-hour power reserve. Each timepiece is embossed with a clover leaf, the secret mark of the founder. The transparent case back reveals the ornate “Côtes de Genève” ribbing. This embellishment of the interior is equal in every way to the highly decorative outer design. In order to present the distinctive clock face in a fitting manner, Jaquet Droz has revived the time-honoured art of “grand feu” enamelling.
Jaquet Droz opened his first watch manufactory in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1738, followed by further establishments in London and Geneva. Pierre Jaquet Droz was an ingenious creator of watches, clocks and automata. His three androids in particular - the Writer, the Draughtsman and the Lady Musician - took the whole world by storm. His clients included members of many royal and imperial courts in Europe, Russia and China.

www.jaquet-droz.com