A wonderful collaboration with La Maison Lesage, which produced its first embroided dial based on the camellia for Chanel “Les métiers d’art” of Haute Couture comes together with Watchmaking.
The dial’s design is produced with an embroidery technique called ’needlework painting’ (peinture à l’aiguille), using threads of different colors (not with multi-colored threads). The embroidery technique produces different shades of color in the camellia design, created on black fabric. This is the first time Chanel uses embroidery know-how in a watch.
18K white gold case set with 562 brilliant-cut diamonds ( 3.07 carats)
42-hour power reserve.
Functions: hours, minutes.
Camellia motif on dial embroidered with colored silk threads.
18K white gold hands.
18K white gold crown set with an onyx cabochon.
Satin bracelet with ardillon buckle set with 80 brilliant-cut diamonds ( 0.48 carat).
Water-resistance: 30 meters.
Diameter: 37.5 mm
Thickness: 9.84 mm
Numbered and limited edition to 18 pieces