MILAN — It may have taken Jaeger-LeCoultre 175 years to tackle fine jewelry, but the prestige watchmaker believes it was worth the wait.
A handful of skilled craftsmen took two years to create a one-of-a-kind suite for the watchmaker, which was founded in 1833. Priced at $4.3 million, the four-piece suite, called Parure Extraordinaire Le Lierre, comprises a cuff watch, a necklace, earrings and a ring. The collection is an extension of two watch lines — Le Rose and Le Tulip.
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