For this new model, Marguerite is clothed in diamonds, more than 600 in total. Christophe Claret matches the boldness of this charmingly romantic mechanism with an equally daring case design. To accentuate the 42.50 mm silhouette in 5N red, the bezel and the lugs are set with more than 380 diamonds of different sizes.
The initially white-lacquered flower petals are also set with diamonds and enliven the dial center. Two graceful butterflies, in orange Super-LumiNova, flit around a daisy. The darker one, symbolizing the female, is perched on a daisy petal that rotates every hour. Meanwhile, the lighter one, embodying the male, indicates the minutes. Sitting lightly atop a stem attached to the precious pistil made of rubies, it literally flutters around the white mother-of-pearl dial.
As on the existing versions, one press on the pusher at 2 o’clock makes the numbers disappear to reveal a secret personalized message.
On the back, the owner can play the “He loves me… he loves me not” game, the simplified English version of daisy petals.
More than ever, the Marguerite establishes itself as a vivid symbol of the romantic game of love and chance. A watch to be loved passionately in all versions – white or 5N red gold, “flake” or “champagne” set or with set petals – each available in 30-piece limited editions.