Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous watches

Jaeger-LeCoultre enhances its bestselling Rendez-Vous watch collection for women with a chiming function, a Moon phase and a larger case size of 38.2mm.

  • Yellow gold is inching its way back into the limelight and Jaeger-LeCoultre's medium-sized Rendez-Vous Night & Day model comes in a 34mm yellow gold case. The effect is classic and classy, and the contrasting white guilloché dial with black numerals and blued hands creates a crisp, legible dial (£13,000).
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Rendez-Vous Sonatina is also available in a pink gold version with lovely guilloché work on the dial resembling the texture of raw silk (£23,300).
  • The Rendez-Vous family now includes this model with an attractive Moon phase complication. Once again, the elaborate guilloché work on the dial creates a richly textured surface while the blue Moon has a grainy finish (£12,300).
  • The Night & Day also benefits from an increase in case size and the possibility of changing the watch strap with no fuss. The stainless-steel model marries the practicality of this metal, ideal for everyday wear, with the luxury of diamonds set in the lovely guilloché dial with its night and day aperture (£7,400).
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre's diamond-set Rendez-Vous Sonatina Large is equipped with a chiming function to remind you of an upcoming rendezvous. By placing the star at the designated hour, a chime will strike once. In white gold, it has a striking amethyst-coloured dial (£33,000).
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