The House of Breguet has been making fine timepieces since 1775. The brand’s new Marine Equation Marchante 5887 is another example of the unassumingly elegant appearance and precision the Swiss marque is known for.
Featuring a 43.9-mm case, the Marine Equation Marchante 5887 comes with a 60-second tourbillon shown off with a titanium carriage at the 5 o’clock mark. It is available in two versions: a platinum-cased example with a sleek blue dial boasting guilloche gold and a rhodium-plated movement, or a rose gold case with a silvered dial and anthracite movement.
Power for the new Breguet watch is provided by the brand’s self-winding Calibre 581DR, engraved with the details of the Royal Louis ship from the French Royal Navy. The barrel is embellished with a wind rose motif.
950 versions of the timepiece will be crafted by Breguet, with the platinum case fetching a $246,300 asking price and the rose gold example coming in at $230,000. Each example has been signed and numbered by the watchmaker.