Take a look at the Jaeger-LeCoultre’s latest creation, a ravishing watch called Hybris Artistica Mystérieuse. Set to decorate only 5 lucky wrists, this eye-catching watch is a just extra example that the virtuosity and artistry of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Rare Handcrafts know no limits, as you can easily see. The watchmaker’s impossible Hybris Artistica collection seeks to blend mechanical excellence with aesthetic inventiveness, with this watch boasting an orbital flying tourbillon, that’s considered one of the most prestigious complications. Of course, you can’t ignore the initial design and the excellent details either, and please note that the mother-of-pearl used on the dial is not the only skeletonised element at this watch, the rotor also serving from the equal treatment. Showing off an amazing 18kt rose gold 42 mm case, that’s also skeletonised and features Aventurine on its lugs, this watch comes with double sapphire crystals and it’s apparently able to handle 50-meter deep waters. Movement is provided by the Swiss automatic Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 941, involving 49 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power reserve worth about 50 hours. Finishing everything off is a black leather strap, with an 18kt rose gold skeletonised folding clasp. The price tag is unknown at the moment.