Ateliers deMonaco is one of the very few watchmakers that offers Métiers d’Art timepieces. The Geneva water jet, the city’s most famous emblem, is featured on dials in the Poinçon de Genève Jet d’Eau de Genève collection. To produce just one dial takes more than 50 hours of work and, due to its complex artisanal process, every dial is unique. A hand-stitched alligator leather strap with an 18 carat gold pin buckle complements the watch. Available in 18 carat white or rose gold and limited to 18 pieces for each model, these watches are equipped with the dMc-708 patented calibre, a 38-hour power reserve and 18 rubies.
£50,295 / €58,070 / $60,100 for both models