Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201
Q5135201

Jaeger - LeCoultre

Atmos 3000 Q5135201 in Glass Crystal

With Blued Steel Hands and Skeleton Sapphire Crystal Dial

Model #: Q5135201
Case Material: Crystal
Case Size: 250mm
Movement: Manual
Dial: Sapphire Crystal
Bracelet:
Retail Price: $9,950

Condition: This watch is in New Condition.* Complete with Box and Papers.

$ 6,965

* We have graded this watch to be in Brand New Condition The Purchaser of this watch Will be it's FIRST owner.

Description

What inspiration led the Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmakers to dream up the Atmos clock in 1928? How did they think to use variations in temperature to power it? The Atmos clock still surprises people today because of its inventiveness. Within a sealed capsule, a mixture of gases expand and contract with each temperature change. Thus, the mechanism winds naturally, without any human intervention. The subtle union between the classic and the modern is the secret to the Atmos collection’s timelessness. Its unique design allows the observer to see the complexity of its machinery from all angles. It is a tribute to the very first Atmos clock and its avant-garde nature. From Art Déco through to contemporary art, the rare crafts and complexities of watchmaking, the Atmos has always kept up with the times, while maintaining its soul thanks to the reinterpretations of great designers working together with Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Jaeger-LeCoultre. A fine rhodium-plated Atmos clock
Signed Jaeger-LeCoultre, Atmos, Atmos Classique Transparente model, ref. Q 5135201, manufactured in 2008
Cal. 563 gilt-finished jewelled lever movement wound by changes in the air pressure, balance locking lever, crystal chapter ring, dark blue Roman numerals, rectangular case with glazed sides and top, mirrored rhodium-plated bottom, hinged door to front, case and movement signed
185.5 mm. wide & 250 mm. high.