Breguet Renews its Participation to Only Watch with an Unique Timepiece
Once again, the House of Breguet confirms its support to Only Watch, a key charity event organized by the Monegasque Association against Muscular Dystrophy that is also a highly anticipated occasion in the international watchmaking calendar.
For the 2021 edition, Breguet is presenting a faithful re-edition of its renowned pilot’s watch as a one of a kind model. It pays tribute to the civilian editions of the Type XX chronograph from the 1950s and 1960s, by meticulously reproducing the visual and mechanical codes of this emblematic Breguet timepiece, like its steel case with a contained diameter of 38.30 mm. Unlike to military versions, this piece comes equipped with a straight crown. It is also notable for its rather specific dial, the bronze color is a nod to the extremely rare civilian and military models with dials colored in this way that were sold at the time. Moreover a screwed steel caseback providing water resistance to 30 meters, features the “Only Watch 2021 Pièce Unique” wording engraved.
This unique model will start a world tour in September until the auction sale led by Christie’s on November 6, 2021, in Geneva.
Until then, it will be presented in several cities around the world. Find out where and when here below:
- September 22 to 25: Monaco (Monaco Yacht Show)
- September 30 to October 3: Dubai (Christie’s)
- October 8 to 10: Tokyo (Christie’s)
- October 15 to 20: Singapore (Malmaison by the Hourglass)
- October 28: Macau (Macau Timepiece Museum)
- November 4 to 6: Geneva (Four Seasons Hôtel des Bergues)