Blancpain’s Ladybird is a recreation of an old trend of tiny ladies’ watches in an ultra-thin up-to-date version. First unveiled in 1956, this watch was equipped at the time with the smallest round movement on the market. Sixty years later, its slim white gold case highlighted by diamonds underscores elegance and refinement. Beating secretly beneath the glowing exterior of the watch is a tiny automatic movement equipped with a silicon balance-spring – a mechanical feat that punctuates each passing moment with a blend of delicacy and precision.
On the dial graced with interweaving mother-of-pearl foliage, time glows with a luminous charm that captures the gaze. The watch bears a pleasant retro-chic look and gives a stylish new interpretation to the ladybird in a limited edition run of 60 pieces.
The watch has a mechanical automatic, is 3.9 mm thick and has a 40-hour power reserve. The case is made of18K white gold and is a miniscule 21.5 mm in diameter with 32 diamonds adorning the bezel.