An interesting point to notice is that at 6 o’clock, underneath the retrograde date display are the words “Manufacture Movement.” It seems that Maurice LaCroix is eager to remind wearers their view is somewhat special because it’s an in-house movement.The black dial version of the watch features a different colour scheme and is much more understated in appearance. While the dial is black, the palms and indices are rhodium-plated, which gives the dial a gray on black color scheme that’s more somber. Though the positions of these different registers and indicators are unchanged, the dial has different endings and slightly different styling elements. The main dial, by way of example, features a vertical brushed end, while the various registers and indicators possess a guilloché of concentric circles. And in place of employed indexes on the two retrograde indicators are railroad-style tracks. It is observable through the situation’s sapphire display case back and it’s quite well finished, with rhodium-plated bridges with Côtes de Genève completing and diamond-cut edges. The huge rotor is rhodium-plated too, slightly skeletonized, and features Côtes de Genève decoration too.
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