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Watch spread: bejewelled timepieces that bear the gifts of nature

With dials made from precious stones, these pretty timepieces attract even the attention of our most exotic feathered friends.

  • Luxury watches

    Height of craft

    Jaeger-LeCoultre demonstrates its horological chops with this recent edition of the Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3. As if a multi-axis Gyrotourbillon and a chronograph with a jumping minutes display weren’t impressive enough, this 43.5mm pink gold timepiece also features three intricate dials – one of which is inlaid with meteorite. Originally part of the Gibeon meteorite, which was found in Namibia, the stone also decorates the hand-wound movement’s bridges and plates.

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