Details of the case and movement of the Blancpain Women Heure Décentrée
The distance between the ostrich band lugs is about 18 millimetres. The Blancpain Women Heure Décentrée watch model features a thorn close as a clasp. The caliber 2663SR has a diameter of 26.20 millimeters and a height of 4.57 millimeters. It consists of 34 jewels and operates at a frequency of 4 Hertz.
The history of Blancpain and the women's collection
The Blancpain company was founded in 1735 in the village of Villeret by Jehan-Jacques Blancpain. The first particularly flat watch first appeared on the market in 1815. In 1932, the representative of the 7th generation of the family died and the company received his assistant Betty Fiechter. She managed Blancpain until 1961, when the company was taken over by Societe Suisse pour l'Industrie Horlogere. This brought Blancpain together with Omega, Tissot and Lemania. After further mergers, the company merged with Frederic Piquet. The company is a pioneer in the field of automatic ladies' wristwatches. Since 1930, the company has been constantly trying to make improvements to the models.