SINCE 1833

Beautifully capturing the passage of time, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s destiny has been intrinsically linked to that of the rarest of crafts since 1833… Out of this perfect union between Haute Joaillerie and Haute Horlogerie an eternal jewel is born – the embodiment of elegance and femininity.

1938. Joaillerie 101
1938. Joaillerie 101
1953. Joaillerie Rivière 101
1998. Joaillerie 101 ring watch
2004. Joaillerie 101 Etrier

Greatness of the infinitely small

For over 80 years, the Calibre 101 by Jaeger-LeCoultre has remained the world’s smallest mechanical movement. This prodigious feat of miniaturisation has equipped the most exclusive watches, starting with the one worn by Queen Elizabeth II of England on her Coronation Day in 1953. The dial of the Joaillerie 101 watch is so small that time almost seems to vanish into the background so as to give pride of place to the diamonds surrounding it. Created by the skilfull hands of the world’s finest watchmakers, each Joaillerie 101 watch embodies absolute exclusivity and elegance.

Greatness of the infinitely small

Joaillerie 101, A jewel inside the jewel since 1929

A masterpiece of miniaturisation, the heart of the Joaillerie 101 watch has housed the world's smallest mechanical movement for over 80 years. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II on her coronation in 1953, this jewellery watch epitomises absolute refinement, enhanced by precious diamonds.

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