The Margot by Christophe Claret

The Margot by Christophe Claret, a must in feminine high complication watch that seduced men and women and led to three prizes.

Author By Eleonor picciotto

A french version of the game ‘he loves me he loves me not’ where Christophe Claret manages to mix technical and playful components together.

The Margot is an expression of true love, where the wearer takes the petals off the daisy on the dial by pressing the pusher at 2 o’clock. A crystalline sound resonates then and a petal disapears allowing a French love message to appear at 4 o’clock.

A game of love played on a high-end mechanical watch with automatic winding.

The Margot is four limited editions of 20 pieces each.

A white gold version with a baguette set of 68 diamonds worth 5.2 carats. Another version in white gold with a snow set of 3 carats worth of diamonds.
The other two limited editions have the same options with a red gold case.

(Price ~ 165’000 Euros for the snow setting and 230’000 Euros for the baguette setting)

The Margot by Christophe Claret

– Diameter of 42.50 mm in white gold or red gold
– Sapphire backcase
– Waterproof up to 30 meters
– Baguette or Brilliant cut diamonds on the bezel

– Mother of pearl dial
– 12 white, satin-lacquered titanium petals
– Central citrine pistil
-3 pear-shape diamonds indexes

-Mechanical movement with automatic winding rotor
– 72 hours of Power reserve

-Hours and minutes
-Game of picking the petals off the daisy – French version of the ‘he loves me, he loves me not’ game
– Striking watch

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