Movement of the Margot
The Margot watch
The Margot watch and its reverse
The reverse of the Margot watch.
The Margot watch has a 95-jewel movement
The Margot watch is the first Christophe Claret aimed at the women's market
The Margot watch is a limited edition
The Margot watch pluckes petal mechanically
“He loves me… He loves me not,” or the Daisy Oracle is a game of pulling petals off a flower, usually a daisy, while intoning the formula that dates back to at least the 15th century as a way of finding out if someone’s love is true. In a fusing of the 21st and the 18th centuries, Christophe Claret takes a page out of the golden age of automata and turns the game into a miniature automaton version that fits into a lady’s wristwatch. Called the Margot, we had a look at it at Baselworld 2014 and its mechanism that “predicts” true love based on the old game of plucking daisies.
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