Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar
16 March 2015

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar in Rose Gold

Extraterrestrial Calendar
Jaeger-LeCoultre has come up with a special timepiece that consists of a meteorite dial, composed of a single meteorite block. Officially registered in Sweden to originate from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, this watch underwent delicate procedures to achieve this textured material due to the iron content. Under Jaeger’s strict quality control, did the perfect sliced plate make it to the watch dial, resulting in the exquisite fine detailing of its intricate pattern with each cut.

With a power reserve of 40 hours, this Master Calendar depicts the date in a different manner, with numerals of 1-31 along the rim of the dial and a crescent pointing to the corresponding date. This makes it even more special as a complete calendar is indicated with the four phases of the moon; new moon, first quarter, full moon and last quarter that comes up between two clouds in the sky.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar in Steel

The rarity of each watch stems from the fact that meteorites are millions of years old. Sometimes known as ‘shooting stars’, one should make a wish upon the sight of it, thus making this timepiece a technological wonder with the amalgam of an object from outer space to make it to the wrists of mankind. Now I want one too!

Contributed by Laydeh

Images courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre