The solid gold dial of the DB25 Quetzalcoatl, made by the engraver Michèle Rothen, is the result of a centuries-old tradition of craftsmanship and engraving. It continues the multiple works and explorations of the brand, whose ultimate goal, beyond good workmanship and style, is to bring to the wrist a part of the history of mankind, of myth, emotion and universal culture.
Solid gold hand-engraved featuring Quetzalcoatl whose changing position according to time.
The snake’s head shows the hours, and the tail of the snake indicates the minutes.
Solid gold hand engraved by Michèle Rothen and composed of two parts: hours ring with figures inspired by buildings from the Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor; and central part with De Bethune microlight guilloché.
White gold, drum-shaped. Diameter 44 mm – thickness 12.50 mm
Sapphire crystal with double anti-reflective coating (1800 Vickers).
Open. Mirror-polished bridges and Côtes De Bethune.
Mechanical hand-wound movement.
Diameter 30mm – 173parts – Hand decoration, hand-chamfered and mirror-polished steel parts Côtes De Bethune.
Self-regulating twin barrel – De Bethune Innovation (2004)
Titanium/platinum balance – De Bethune Patent (2010)
Balance-spring with flat terminal curve – De Bethune Patent (2006)
Triple pare-chute shock-absorbing system – De Bethune Innovation (2005)
Extra-supple alligator leather, alligator lining