The two models set to be presented by Yonger & Bresson, a brand of the Ambre Group, which is based in Morteau, France, both use versions of the first in-house Ambre calibre that was presented at last year’s BaselWorld.
The La Vallière model has a square case in stainless steel measuring 35mm x 35mm and is fitted with the MBP 1000 calibre with three hands and date at 6 o’clock, which has a 45-hour power reserve. A classic silver dial with Roman numerals in polished stainless steel with luminous hands characterise the design.
|La Vallière by Yonger & Bresson|
The De Vigny model features the Ambre 1030 calibre version of the basic movement, which has a date window at 3 o’clock, a small seconds sub-dial at 6 o’clock and power reserve indicator at 12 o’clock. The 1030 calibre offers a power reserve of 42 hours. The De Vigny comes in a round 42mm-diameter case in polished stainless steel with a black dial. It has luminous Arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock and pyramid-shaped chrome hour markers in between.
|De Vigny by Yonger & Bresson|
Both models are fitted with a black leather strap with a foldover clasp. The red tip on the interior of the strap is the only indication that these timepieces are fitted with the in-house calibre. The movement is in each case visible through a transparent case back that displays the skeletonised oscillating weight with black PVD treatment that bears the Yonger & Bresson logo.