Blancpain Ladybird: Variations on a Spring Theme

by Pressroom

This season’s Blancpain Ladybird Colours are a breath of fresh air with bright new hues and brilliant gem-setting.

The diminutive Blancpain Ladybird watch, a signature model in Blancpain’s history of women’s timepieces since 1956, comes out to play with a new palette of fresh Spring colours.

Known for having the smallest round movement ever conceived at the time, the Blancpain Ladybird retains its ultra-feminine proportions with a diameter of just 34.9mm, and embellished with up to 2-carats worth of diamonds set in the bezel, lugs and crown.

This season, the dreamy textured mother-of-pearl dial features a palette of midnight blue, peacock green, forest green, lilac or turquoise Roman numerals, and each variation is picked up on the alligator straps of both red and white gold models.

Featuring two new small seconds and moon phase complications, the new Ladybird Colors models exemplify the Manufacture’s expertise in high-end gem-setting, beautifully shown off by an inner ring adorned with delicately tapering diamonds that continues on the small seconds and moon-phase indicators.

Beating under the hood of these beauties is the Calibre 1163 for the small seconds version, and Calibre 1163L for the moon-phase iteration, endowed with a four-day power reserve and a silicon balance spring.

Images courtesy of Blancpain, artwork by Curatedition. All rights reserved.

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