By William Stolerman
Jaeger-LeCoultre has flown several of its joaillerie timepieces from Switzerland and is holding an exhibition in Macau.
Called "A Contemporary Interpretation of Jewellery-making Art", one of the highlights of the show is the brand's Gyrotourbillon 1 which centres round a spherical tourbillon that compensates for the effects of gravity in all positions.
Elsewhere you'll find a Master Tourbillon wristwatch which is marketed as the most precise wristwatch produced today, while the dial of the Master Twinkling Diamonds Shiny Night is made of diamonds and spins with each motion of the wearer’s wrist.
Completing the collection is The Reverso Duetto Duo which is powered by one manually wound mechanical movement and displays the local time on its front dial and a second timezone on the back.
The exhibition is on show from now until October 31 at Wynn & Co Watches & Jewelry, Wynn Macau.