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Out of The Blue

Inspiration comes out of the blue for JeanRichard, whose iconic Terrascope lends itself to two original iterations in a 39 mm size. The first opts for the laid back, stylish color of denim with a structured blue dial and a matching ostrich strap. The second stands out for its blue hour-markers which are suspended above a matt white dial. Diamonds embellish the bezel in steel, a metal echoed in the bracelet.

In true Terrascope style, these new versions boast the legendary case which encloses a round opening in a cushion shape, all the while playing on subtle contrasts between a vertical brushed finish and a polished finish. Sporting and elegant, both these watches are devoted to a life lived for adventure, luxury, discovery and the urge to always go that little bit further.

Versions are available for men and women alike. This new strong companion displays a contemporary, understated and original style, enhanced by the refined contrast between a “vertically satin-finish” on the flat parts of the middle case and lateral bars and polished finishing on the bevels. The vertically satin-finish black dial is decorated with suspended indexes.

The contrasting shaped hour/minute hands offer excellent readability, enhanced by luminescent touches and a second hand with a red tip. A new feature of these innovative JeanRichard models is also the see-through case-back now implemented for this whole collection. Made of sapphire glass, the back of the watch gives insight on the black oscillating weight of the self-winding mechanical movement.

The launch of the Terrascope 39 mm is also an opportunity for JeanRichard to play with different modular case possibilities by offering new models with exclusively feminine designs. These watches combine sportiness and elegance to make these new feminine timepieces both, a jewellery item and companions of every day adventures who share every moment of active living.

The second watch, also in steel, opts for a touch of radiance, with a bezel set with 54 diamonds and ivory-colored mother of pearl dial, enhanced with suspended indexes and rhodium finished hands. It is worn on a steel bracelet with three linked rows that elegantly and flexibly circle around the female wrist

The JeanRichard brand takes its name from a legendary figure in the watchmaking world: Daniel JeanRichard. This genius pioneered the development of the watchmaking industry in the Neuch√Ętel Mountains in the late 17th century. In 1681, he created his first watch, then set up his watchmaking workshop. He built a machine which he made available to his colleagues, and trained apprentices.

Daniel JeanRichard was also a major driving force behind the watchmaking industry. He was ahead of his time, demonstrating a talent for innovation. In addition to the production of watches, the region’s watchmakers are indebted to him for the invention of machines and tools, and for establishing the basis for learning the art of watchmaking itself.