Inspired by the Quarter-repeating pocket watch No. 3833 by Breguet from the early 19th century, the latest models come with a new dial that features circular grain d’orge on the edges of the hour chapter, damier checkerboard for the small seconds and Clos de Paris hobnail in the centre.
The rose gold model retains the classic silvered engine-turned dial with new guilloché patterns, while the other change can be found on the moon phase indicator, getting a more realistic silver embossed Moon complete with craters set in a starry sky.
The Breguet Blue version of the Classique 7337 gives the timepiece a more contemporary look with a white gold case and a deep-blue dial contrasted with silvered accents. The version is paired with a matching blue strap.
Other details remain unchanged from previous editions, with the case still measuring 39mm in diameter and coming with the iconic fluted caseband plus welded lugs with screw bars.
The timepiece is powered by the watchmaker’s caliber 502.3 QSE1 which is made of 236 components, with 35 jewels and has a power reserve of 45 hours.
The brand has not yet confirmed pricing for the new Classique 7337 models.
Breguet was founded by Abraham-Louis Breguet in Paris in 1775. The brand is now owned by Swiss company The Swatch Group.