Another Baselworld previewite from Badollet – the Stellaire.
[Press Release] The Stellaire by Badollet has its head in the stars. Imbued with a dreamlike sense of mystery, it is distinguished by its mainplate entirely crafted in meteorite and by the upper bridge of the tourbillon carriage set with extra-terrestrial olivines, representing an unprecedented technical feat.
The movement bridges appear to be floating weightlessly, forming galactic circles reminiscent of the path traced by stars spinning around the same centre of gravity.
Nature itself plays a part in making each of these watches truly unique, since the high proportion of iron in the meteorite, exposed to cosmic rays for around 93 million years, may modify the colour of the movement without altering its functionality. 30-piece limited series.
Mechanical hand-wound, Calibre BAD1630 with flying tourbillon, 13¼ lignes, 21,600 vph, 120’-hour power reserve; meteorite mainplate and upper bridge of the tourbillon carriage set with olivines.
Hours, minutes, and power-reserve indicator
Caseback, bezel and crown in 150 palladium-coated white gold, 44 mm
Colourless anti-glare sapphire crystal and caseback with extra-hard treatment
Power-reserve indicated on the caseback
Water-resistant to 30 m
Openworked gold base, opaline-coloured
72 baguette-cut diamonds and 12 sapphires (2.67 cts)
Flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock
Entirely hand-stitched black alligator leather with folding clasp in 150 palladium-coated white gold