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DB25 Moon phase

Reference: DB25LWS1V1

Encapsulated in precious materials, an incomparable understanding of the past and present of watchmaking inhabits this radiant piece. Life vibrates everywhere, revealed by the games of light and the purity of its architecture. Roundness, depth and textures collaborate to set the scene of time with an absolute clarity. Resurrected from the past and transposed into modern days, a spherical moon sits among gold stars, crowning this bright theater.


Hours, Minutes, Spherical moon phase indication at 12 o’clock, Power reserve situated on the back


Silver-toned hand-guilloché, with 12 radiating sectors – De Bethune star-studded sky in mirror polished
flame-blued steel set with yellow gold stars with spherical moon-phase indicator in palladium and flame-blued steel at 12 o’clock

curved in hand-polished flame-blued steel


White gold – diameter 44 mm – thickness 11,2 mm 

Integrated, hollowed lugs

Sapphire crystal, 1800 Vickers hardness with double anti-reflective treatment
Crown at 3 o’clock, setting in three positions

Open back in polished white gold and linear power reserve on the back
Sapphire crystal (1800 Vickers hardness) with double anti-reflective coating


DB2105V1 calibre

mechanical hand-wound

Diameter 30 mm – 305 parts – Silver plate and barrel bridge cover adorned with "Côtes De Bethune"– Hand-snailed barrels – Hand-polished, chamfered steel parts

- Self-regulating twin barrel, De Bethune Innovation (2004)
- Titanium and platinum balance wheel with blom studs, De Bethune Patent (2008)
- "De Bethune" balance-spring with flat terminal curve De Bethune Patent (2006)
- Silicon escape wheel
- Spherical moon phase indication accurate to a degree of one lunar day every 122 years,De Bethune Patent (2004)
- Triple pare-chute shock-absorbing system De Bethune Innovation (2005)

29 jewels

28,800 vibrations per hour

Power reserve:
6 days


Extra-supple alligator leather, alligator lining


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