Hublot Unveils 2019 ‘Haute Joaillerie’ Collection

Colour meets complexity meets some wild bling in Hublot’s high jewellery collection.

By Terry Christodoulou 03/06/2019

Hublot has released its 2019 High Jewellery Collection – where Swiss watchmaking meets sophisticated craftsmanship in jewellery. Among the horological range are creations set with baguette diamonds, geometric gems and a plethora of precious stones.

Big Bang MP-11 High Jewellery

The Big Bang MP-11 is an impressive watch by its own accord, boasting seven series-coupled barrels and a 14-day power reserve. The haute joaillerie interpretation sees the mechanism displayed in a three-dimensional case surrounded 549 baguette-cut diamonds in white or King Gold compartments.

Classic Fusion Chronograph Orlinski High Jewellery

Created with artist Richard Orlinski, this fuses watchmaking with sculpture. The faceted case in white or King Gold is dressed by 319 baguette diamonds set into the middle, bezel and crown, amassing 21.7 carat. Not the complete story, as within the dial Hublot has added a further 116 baguette diamonds divided by lines of gold. The chronograph movement comes with a rubber and alligator strap set with a 50-baguette diamond buckle. As you do.

Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon High Jewellery

The Spirit of Big Bang’s tonneau shaped case showcases the open tourbillon, with 231 baguette-cut diamonds laid in the case, bezel and face. Showcasing an off-centre hour-minute counter and a 5-day power reserve indicator, this masterpiece is enclosed in a crown of diamonds, pink sapphires with a ruby on its dial. The rubber and alligator strap is equipped with the ‘One Click’ attachment system and finished with a buckle of 55 baguette diamonds.

Big Bang Unico & Big Bang One Click Rainbow

Hublot has set its Big Bang models with a myriad of vibrant colours. Its dial boldly flaunts a chromatic bezel composed of 48 baguette cut gems. The Big Bang Unico is not a limited edition, meaning you can choose from a 45mm chronograph with a Manufacture Unico movement and 72-hour power reserve, or a 39mm model with a mechanical self-winding movement and 50-hour power reserve.


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