Details of the case and calibre 615
The white-gold case has a diameter of 21.50 millimetres and is 8.20 millimetres high. The distance between the band lugs is around 11 millimetres. The caliber of the Blancpain Ladybird Ultraplate watch model is 15.70 millimeters large and 3.9 millimeters high. It consists of 29 jewels and is composed of 180 individual parts. The caliber operates at a frequency of 3 hertz.
The history of the luxury brand Blancpain and its women's collection
In 1735 Jehan-Jacques Blancpain founded his watch shop in the village of Villeret. In 1815, the grandson of the founder brought specially designed extra-thin watches onto the market for the first time. After the representative of the 7th Blancpain generation died in 1932, his assistant Betty Fiechter became the managing director. She managed the company until 1961, when it was taken over by Societe Suisse pour l'Industrie Horlogere. Thus Blancpain came together with Omega, Tissot and Lemania. After another merger, Blancpain belonged to Frederic Piquet for a long time. The first automatic wristwatches for women were sold in 1930. The company is considered a pioneer in this field and it is constantly trying to make improvements to the models.