Blancpain Ladybug “Valentine’s Day 2022”


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Ladybug Valentine's Day 2022

Blancpain Ladybug “Valentine’s Day 2022”

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day is a tradition that Blancpain watchmakers have continued for more than 20 years – and for good reason, since the Manufacture in Le Brassus isn’t keen on anything fleeting. Ladybug “Valentine’s Day 2022” is the perfect testament to enduring affection, uniting time and love… more than 99 times!

A symbol of eternity, Ladybird “Valentine’s Day 2022” features noble gems and materials, crafted with the utmost dedication to ensure that this watch finds a worthy and desirable one on the wrist of its chosen watch Location. The white mother-of-pearl dial is decorated with lacquered red numerals and a circle of diamonds, expressing the sweetness, passion and infinity of love. The theme of this timepiece is determined by the seconds hand, which sweeps a fiery heart in eternal rotation.

The 34.9 mm diameter white gold case is set with 58 sparkling diamonds on the bezel and lugs. Their purity contrasts strongly with the rose-cut ruby ​​on the crown. The color of love extends to the alligator leather strap, which is secured to the wrist with a diamond-studded pin buckle.

Ladybug Valentine's Day 2022

The sapphire caseback showcases the circular curves of the self-winding calibre 1153, developed and produced entirely by the Blancpain workshop based on nearly three hundred years of expertise. The main plate, bridges and other components are carefully decorated in accordance with the best traditions of Haute Horlogerie, embellishing the soft ticking of this genuine gem. Caliber 1153 is a performance of refinement, but above all, with its ample four-day power reserve and silicon hairspring, Caliber 1153 is a promise of longevity.

The Ladybird “Valentine’s Day 2022” watch, with 99 pieces, is as precious as time. It is a testament to the love, including the love that Blancpain has shown for women for nearly a century, especially when it creates specialized timepieces for them, such as the first self-winding ladies’ watch (1930) and the world’s smallest watch Round watch (1956).

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