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Watches - January 11, 2021

Maurice Lacroix Introduces the Triple Rétrograde Masterpiece

The latest timepiece presented by Maurice Lacroix, the Triple Rétrograde Masterpiece, comes in a 43 mm stainless steel case that frames a dial displaying three retrograde indications: the date at 6 o’clock, the time in a second time zone at 12 o’clock and the day of the week at 3 o’clock.

The dial is available in two versions. The first is more classical with silvered «Clous de Paris» guilloché decorations, a bead-blasted background surface, black transfers and blued hands (ref. MP6538-SS001-110-1). 

The second features an anthracite dial with snailed “Côtes de Genève” finishes, powdered silver transfers and 4N gold hands (ref. MP6538-SS001-310-1).

Water resistant to a pressure of up to 5 bar (approximately 50 metres / 165 feet), the case houses the 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) ML291 calibre that combines a Sellita SW200 automatic movement with a complication module developed and assembled in Maurice Lacroix’s workshops. 
Through the transparent sapphire case back it is possible to appreciate the movement finishes and its openworked oscillating weight.

Matched to a blue or black alligator-style leather strap, the new Maurice Lacroix Triple Rétrograde Masterpiece has a price of Euro 5,500.