Breguet celebrates 200 years of women's watches with the mechanically superior Reine de Naples ladies' watch, named for Queen Caroline of Naples who was the first person to wear a pocket watch on her arm and began the vogue for wrist watches. This pretty mother of pearl, white gold and diamond oval shaped watch is a fine example of haute horlogerie or high watchmaking. Look at the dial and you will see two wing-shaped openings at the top of the dial. Through these windows are two miniscule hammers that spring into action and chime each passing hour, just like a carriage clock. This 'complication', the name for any additional function beyond timekeeping on a watch, is called a 'sonnerie au passage'. Unlike repeating watches that tell the time on command, this watch strikes the passing hours. If you need a quiet moment, the delicate chiming can be turned off. This watch is not just a very pretty face as the amazing mechanics, a dance of whirring cogs, wheels and springs, are visible through the glass case back.