Blancpain Ladybird

When it first launched in 1956, the Ladybird by Blancpain was the world’s smallest round watch. Today, the model continues its way through the decades as an ageless piece of craftsmanship seen in its fascinating blend of elegance and modernity.

The latest interpretation created by Blancpain features a mother-of-pearl dial set with 32 diamonds and an elaborate foliage motif. The strap of the Ladybird is crafted from small scales of Louisiana crocodile leather, creating a particularly refined aesthetic effect.

Framed by a 21.50mm-diameter white gold case that houses a self-winding movement with a silicon balance spring, the new Ladybird Diamond is issued in a 60-piece limited edition.