Two timeless dressy designs preserving the antique pocket watch aesthetics for your wrists.  
Breguet Classique 7137 in white gold
The new Classique 7137 and Classique 7337 are both available in pink gold with silvery dials or in white gold with blue dials. In each case the dials are also made of gold and feature some complex guilloché treatment, including different patterns for the main real estate and each sub-dial. Both dials are laid-out in a trademark Breguet off-centered style. The Classique 7337 nicely counterbalances the date at 2, and the day of the week at 10, enhancing it all with small seconds at 5, as well as a phase and age of the Moon at 12. The Classique 7137 comes with a moonphase at 2, a circular date sub-dial at 6, and a power reserve indication at 10. This time, however, the hour and minute hands are centered.
Breguet Classique 7337 in pink gold
Calling these watches elegant would be an understatement. After all, this kind of buttoned-up excellence is a natural part of the brand’s DNA. Blued Breguet hands, Roman numerals with our beloved watchmakers four, and the coin-like fluted ring of the 39 mm cases, – accompanied by matching alligator leather straps, both pieces embody the very idea of a high end dress watch. Hey, they even measure less than 10 mm in thickness!
Breguet Classique 7137 in pink gold
Despite the different functionality, both watches are powered by two versions of the same in-house automatic caliber 502.3 with a silicon balance spring. These variations beat at 3 Hz, provide 45 hours of power reserve, and are exquisitely decorated: the transparent caseback view can easily rival the beauty of the those marvelous guilloched dials. The Breguet Classique 7137 is priced around $40,000, while the Breguet Classique 7337 costs about $43,000.
The in-house automatic caliber 502.3 DR1 powering the Breguet Classique 7137 in white gold