Back in November 2015, Fabergé won the GPHG (Grand Prix de l’Horlogerie) in Geneva – which is technically the Oscars for watches for their flabbergasting piece the Lady Fabergé Peacock. Due to the deserved success of the piece – they came with different colors options. Have you seen them ?
A few months back, we published an article about the Lady Compliquée right after winning the prize for the best mechanical women’s watch : a well-deserved prize ! (Read here the previous article)
To refresh the memory, Fabergé first launched Lady Compliquée Peacock with a platinum case of a 38 mm diameter with a 50 hours power reserve. What seems to be a simple mechanism is a very complicated one and was imagined then developed by talented watchmaker Jean-Marc Wiederrecht. The hours are indicated at 2 o’clock with with each number scrolling down hour after hour and minutes are featured with a retrograde system complimented by multiple display elements. 54 brilliant cut diamonds worth 1.83 carats are set on the bezel and the dial has a snowset pavage with diamonds, tsavorites (green) and paraiba tourmalines (blue).