The Jaeger-LeCoultre Manufacture invented the snow-setting technique for diamonds and uses it primarily for watches. With this technique, diamonds of different sizes are juxtaposed in a seemingly random pattern into an arrangement that leaves as little metal visible as possible. Each arrangement is unique and has the effect of a blanket of snow glittering in the sunshine. 

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