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.
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 patented Chopard system 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 22-carat gold micro-rotor. Engraved by hand using the Fleurisanne engraving technique, this movement demonstrates Chopard's passion for Artistic Crafts.