The displays of the Meisterstück Heritage Perpetual Calendar are arranged in a traditional style: the date is shown at 3 o’clock, the day of the week at 9 o’clock, and the month at 12 o’clock. On the inner scale of the month display, the leap-year cycle is shown by a blue triangle and a leap year is indicated by a red 4. The moon’s phases appear in a window at 6 o’clock. The moon’s age is indicated in days at this window’s upper edge.
The perpetual calendar is powered by self-winding mechanical Calibre MB 29.15., which has a balance paced at 28,800 semi-oscillations per hour (4 hertz).
The calendar’s blued hands contrast with the silver-white cambered dial. Gold-plated hour and minute hands harmonize with the 39-mm case, which is crafted from rose gold. A sapphire caseback offers a view of the finely decorated self-winding movement.
The Meisterstück Heritage Perpetual Calendar will be launched in the summer of 2014. The stainless steel version will be priced at 10,000 euros, while the rose gold version will cost 16,900 euros.