Tourbillon watches for women

Designed to defy gravity, whirling tourbillons are incorporated into high jewellery designs perfect for women who appreciate beauty and complexity.

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  • This Millenary Tourbillon watch by Audemars Piguet is a mesmerising high jewellery masterpiece. Sparkling with the light of 1,141 brilliant-cut diamonds, a snow-set floral motif in the centre and a tourbillon at 9 o’clock will keep your entertained for hours (POA).
  • In addition to the spinning tourbillon at 5 o’clock, three of the white gold hand-painted enamel flowers are also set in motion against a dreamy background of pink of mother-of-pearl framed by diamonds in the MasterGraff Floral Tourbillon timepiece by Graff (POA).
  • A watch that is destined to snake its way into your heart, the Serpenti Incantati Tourbillon Lumière is an enchanting marriage of haute joaillerie and haute horlogerie in the finest Bulgari spirit (£158,000).
  • A veritable garden of delights is captured for eternity on the dial of Chaumet’s Hortensia watch. Decorated with a Grand Feu enamel dial and a corolla of blue enamel hydrangeas, the tourbillon at 6 o’clock is held in place with a delightful floral tourbillon cage (POA).
  • The serene and lustrous background of the white mother-of-pearl dial is animated with a 60-second tourbillon in the upper section of the dial in this feminine rendition of Jaquet Droz’s celebrated Grande Seconde model (£89,450).
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