Breguet: Guilloche Dials explained by Jeff Kingston

Jeff Kingston visits the guilloche dial workshop at Breguet in the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland.

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  1. says: Alan Adler

    I enjoyed watching this video and others by Kingston. But I object strongly to textured dials, most especially any texture (such as shown in this video) which causes radial “ray” reflections which look like hands and degrade readability. Recently I gave away a brand new titanium chronograph which I’d payed hundreds of dollars for because I could not see the difference between the polished steel hands and the radial reflections of the “sunray” subdials.

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