Princess Marie-Clotilde


Princesse Marie-Clotilde

The Princess Marie-Clotilde watch is a High Jewellery creation by Count Jérôme de Witt - founder of Manufacture DeWitt and creator of DeWitt timepieces - in honour of his mother, HI&RH Princess Marie-Clotilde Napoleon.

The diamonds are set using a groundbreaking technique which leaves them seemingly freed from the surrounding material, as though suspended. A total of 405 baguette diamonds for approximately 13 carats adorn the watch. The hour hand is in the shape of a heart, while the openworked minutes hand takes the form of a double-edged sword, a signature of DeWitt timepieces.