Breguet Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839 watch dazzles with diamond finesse and an elaborate tourbillon movement.
Brequet has not lost one beating moment of time with its Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839. Breguet merely retranslated the fabulosity of Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5837 into the captivating design of the Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839 by adorning it with 11.77 carats of brilliant diamonds and an eye-catching tourbillon.
Breguet Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839 enraptures the visual senses with its ornate 43mm 18k white gold case which is meticulously encrusted with specially cut diamonds that simulate the original coin edging of the Ref. 5937. Breguet also employed a set of specially cut diamonds to create the timepiece’s spectacular bezel. As not to spite the dial of this amazing watch Breguet cascaded diamond throughout the inner dial emphasizing and surrounding the chronographs and the tourbillon located at 12 o’clock. The dial’s chapter ring displays applied blue Roman numerals with luminous dot at each hour complementing the silvered white gold dial.
Breguet Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839 contains a Breguet Caliber 554.4 manually hand-wound mechanical movement with 50 hours of power reserve. Its balance spring, lever and escapement wheel are all made of silicium. Two sub-dials are accentuated with ornate white gold guilloche discs with blue indicators to read 30 minutes locates at 3 o’clock and 12 hours located at 6 o’clock.
Breguet spared no expense in the elaborate design and details of this masculine timepiece. The artistic structural design standards with which the Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839 is handcrafted also reflects the historical and cultural heritage of its founder A.L. Breguet. Each Breguet timepiece design is held to a superior manufacturing standard that equates to horological art. Their timepiece designs are meticulously crafted masterpieces and are often recognized by the brand’s signature coin-edge cases, guilloche dials and blue pomme hands.
Historical enthusiasts of the French Breguet brand include King Louix XVI and Queen Marie-Antoinette, Naple’s Queen Caroline Murat and even Napoleon Bonaparte. The Breguet brand has a rich history indeed, A.L. Breguet patented its first tourbillon in 1801. It’s understandable why the brand is sought after even today – innovation, innovation that is articulated in each of its elaborate timepieces.
Breguet Marine Tourbillon Ref. 5839 certainly represents the best of innovative design and elegant styling. This watch will undoubtedly become an heirloom timepiece that will definitely be passed down from generation to generation, but for the current owner it’s most definitely a conversational timepiece – wear it well.