The Jaeger LeCoultre Gyrotourbillon I  3 Comments


The Gyrotourbillon is easily amongst the top 10 of any serious collector's list of the most desirable modern timepieces. In early August I was given the wonderful opportunity to have access to and photograph at my leisure this wonderful, important and rare timepiece. I certainly did take my time over it and planned carefully what I wanted to photograph from this watch. This watch belongs to a good friend and a highly respected collector - who asked to remain anonymous.
This multi-plane tourbillon is an engineering marvel worthy of close study and as such I spent a very long time photographing all aspects of the watch. This resulted in several hundred quality photos but I narrowed down to 50 for the photomontage of this watch. In the presentation you will notice I photographed the watch in almost all the conceiveable angles as well as tight close up to specific movement or dial elements.
CLICK HERE to view the montage. I hope you like the presentation as much as I had with photographing the watch.



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