Parisian watch-maker Abraham-Louis Вreguet established his company in 1775. Soon after that, French Queen Marie Antoinette and King Louis XV became fascinated by the watches and they began to buy various Вreguet models for themselves and other members of royal family. Watches from this company became famous over the world. The brand has patented some of the most innovative technologies, including the tourbillon, an eternal calendar, and the gong spring. So watch from Вreguet was always a very special thing.
Watch collection La Tradition is not an exception. The models of this line were inspired by watches of great master. They symbolize a return to sources and at the same time express present spirit of the company. The dials of La Tradition are harmonically combined elements of traditional and vanguard designs, they show esthetically ideal compositions which are perfectly emphasized by finest watch movement. According to the best traditions of two-centuries history of the Вreguet company, even the smallest details of the watch mechanism are exposed to the careful processing which is realized only manually.
Model La Tradition 7027ba is quite a precious watch. Its 37mm case, crown, lugs and clasp are made of 18K yellow gold. The hour and minute hands are made of blued steel. The black Roman numbers are used for hour indexes. The polished gold case is protected by convex sapphire glass; it also has corrugated lateral surface. The case back with a sapphire glass window is closed under pressure. Watertightness of La Tradition 7027ba is 30 meters. The brown strap is made of crocodile leather, it has tang-type clasp executed of yellow gold also.
However the main feature of this watch is certainly unusual transparent dial. Most of the dial is skeleton and shows an amazing view of the finest movement Breguet Calibre 507DR that includes 34 jewels and has power reserve of 50 hours. So you can see how your La Tradition 7027ba works. Of course, this watch is a model not for everybody. It is the real masterpiece which will be appreciated only by true judges of watchmaking art.