The work of the craftsmen and women who create Jaeger-LeCoultre’s fine watches is highlighted by the pop-up, and clients have the opportunity to find out more about watchmaking and the brand’s in-house gem setting techniques.
Highlights of the exhibition include The Calibre 101, the smallest mechanical watch movement ever made, worn by Queen Elizabeth II on her coronation day in 1953; and the Rendez-Vous Celestial, a feminine interpretation of the celestial map.
Also showcased is the new Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris collection, inspired by the Memovox Polaris watch from 1968; and several vintage pieces. Interactive features help animate the space for the younger generation.
The pop-up exhibition will remain open until Wednesday 27 June.
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