In an industry that has predominantly catered primarily to men, Breguet’s inclusion of women in their clientele has made them the exception. As far back as 1810, high ranking ladies have been among their customers; Abraham-Louis Breguet himself crafted the first wristwatch specifically for Caroline Murat, queen of Naples.

The Reine de Naples collection has grown considerably since that first timepiece, and now it continues to grow with the addition of Reine de Naples Princesse Mini models. The rose gold version comes in a cambered ovoid case that measures 32.7mm by 27.3mm, and houses a domed dial made out of Tahitian mother-of-pearl. Diamonds encrust the spherical attachment of the strap, and a single briolette diamond sits comfortably in its crown.