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Jaeger-LeCoultre puts a starlit sky on your wrist

A new addition to their Métiers Rares series.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre adds to its Métiers Rares collection with one of the most stunning dials you'll ever see on a timepiece. The Master Grand Tourbillon Enamel emulates the look of a starry sky using the 19th century technique of paillonné enameling, which takes small pieces of silver and yellow gold leaf foil to create that unique look.

It's also matched with their Calibre 978 mechanical automatic that features a lightweight, titanium tourbillon that is just one piece in the 302 total parts that make up the movement. The power reserve is rated at 45 hours and the watch is housed inside a 43mm 18kt white gold case.

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