Crafted in Chopard workshops the L.U.C XP Esprit de Fleurier Peony reveals a new work of art. Using the traditional Swiss technique of paper-cutting Chopard depicts a fragile peony flower capturing its fleeting beauty in a watch. Refine and elegant the new timepiece features a Grand Feu enamel dial housing the in-house manufactured movement L.U.C 96.23-L2, hand-engraved with the Fleurisanne technique. Combination of a work of art and fine watchmaking this L.U.C settle delicatly on the wrist as a flower blooming on its tree.
Case & Dial
18-carat rose gold
18-carat rose gold
see-through sapphire crystal
WHITE DIAMOND CARAT:
in gold coated with white grand feu enamel - black peony design crafted using the paper cut-out technique characteristic of the Pays d’Enhaut
Strap & Buckle
black brushed fabric (glossy)
CHOPARD BOUTIQUE EXCLUSIVITY:
self-winding mechanical movement
Power Reserve of approximately 65 hours, L.U.C Twin Technology (two stacked barrels)
4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
Entirely developed, produced and assembled in Chopard’s Fine Watchmaking workshops, the L.U.C 96.23-L self-winding mechanical movement oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and has a 65-hour power reserve thanks to Twin technology: a system invented by Chopard that combines two coaxial barrels, a particularly remarkable feat given the movement’s extreme thinness at just 3.3 mm thick. The movement is wound by a 22K gold micro-rotor. Engraved by hand using the Fleurisanne engraving technique, this movement demonstrates Chopard's passion for Artistic Crafts.
L.U.C men's watches epitomize the highest standard of Swiss watchmaking. The steps involved in making L.U.C watches are all performed at the Maison’s Geneva and Fleurier workshops. These exceptional timepieces stemming from meticulous workmanship meet the aspirations of the contemporary gentleman.