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It's been a great start to the new year for Longines, which has once again unveiled an incredible timepiece. It's been 70 years since the Conquest collection was launched, and Longines is celebrating with the Conquest Heritage Central Power Reserve watch, featuring a power reserve in the center of the dial. Molitor invites you to discover this beautiful timepiece.

Undeniable performance

Your eye will be drawn to a very special detail. For this watch, Longines has decided to place the 64-hour power reserve in the center. The Longines L896.5 caliber that powers this model can go even further, up to 72 hours. The silicon monocrystal spiral spring makes the watch resistant to magnetic fields.

An extraordinary dial for the Conquest Heritage Central Power

The watch features a 38 mm-diameter steel case. The dial features a beautiful champagne hue contrasting with the black, grey and gold used on the details. The central power reserve adds a touch of originality and charm to the watch, as does the date at 12 o'clock. The hands are designed in a "syringe" shape. To add even more charm to this timepiece, the Manufacture plays with the fonts. An integrated, extremely elegant black alligator strap enhances this anniversary model.

For more information on this Longines novelty, Molitor invites you to visit the boutique.

At LVMH Watch Week in Miami, ZENITH caught the eye of watch lovers with a new timepiece: the Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar and its new calibre. A must-have timepiece from the luxury house that will undoubtedly become one of the trendiest pieces of 2024. Molitor presents this new watch by ZENITH.

A vintage look

With its 38 mm steel case, the Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar takes up the proportions of the A386 dating from 1969. This format is ideal for all wrists, which is very much to be appreciated. ZENITH is offering this new model in two versions. The first features a silvered white opaline panda dial, with black counters and a 1/10th of a second scale. The second has an opaline slate-grey dial, with silvered white counters and scale. Both watches are embellished with appliques and baton hands in a rose gold hue that perfectly complement the rose gold moon.

A versatile and functional watch

Powered by the El Primero 3610 calibre, this chronograph offers a comfortable 60-hour power reserve. Symmetrical windows display the days and months, and the date window is positioned at 4.30 o'clock. The moon phase is shown in the centre of the 60-minute counter at 6 o'clock. Thanks to the sapphire back, you can admire the spectacle offered by the timepiece with its blue column wheel and rotor. This model comes with two bracelets, one in steel with three links and the other in calfskin leather (black for the panda dial and blue for the grey dial).

For more information on the new Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar by ZENITH, Molitor invites you to visit the boutique!

Molitor offers the very best in jewellery and invites you to discover magnificent pearl necklaces. To create exceptional jewellery, Molitor jewellers carefully select high-quality pearls. In particular, we use South Sea pearls, Tahitian pearls and Akoya pearls. Discover the differences between these three varieties.

South Sea pearls

These precious white pearls come from the warm maritime regions of the Indian and Pacific oceans. They are very difficult to cultivate and offer a beautiful range of shades from light green to blue. These pearls can measure up to 20 mm.

Akoya pearls

Akoya pearls come from the cold waters of Japan, the land of the rising sun. This variety is particularly coveted the world over for its breathtaking brilliance and smooth appearance. Generally speaking, the pearl measures no more than 10 mm. In terms of colour, they can be very white, or take on shades of cream, pink or even silver.

Tahitian pearls

These are immediately recognisable by their metallic colour. Tahitian cultured pearls take on a silvery colour, or sometimes an attractive anthracite green hue. They are grown in the warm waters of the lagoons in French Polynesia. This variety can reach a diameter of 18 mm. Their imposing size and mysterious brilliance make them veritable treasures of the sea.

To choose the pearl necklace that's right for you, visit our jeweller's in Luxembourg.

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