Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar with Meteorite Stone Dial

Jaeger-LeCoultre goes to space with their latest timepiece.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre just previewed one of their newest timepieces for 2015 and it's a release of galactic proportions, literally. They're releasing a version of their Master Calendar watch with dial made from thinly sliced iron meteorite. The meteorite was discovered in Sweden and is said to have made its way to Earth via an asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars. How's that for a product story? 

As for the watches, they come in steel ($11,300) or rose gold ($24,300) and features a triple calendar dial with day, date, and day of the month indications, moon phase, and a 60-second subregister that surrounds the moonphase. 

Jaeger-LeCoultre (Via Perpetuelle)

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