As many asked.YES we can do this render. Very limited edition though. Dial is sapphire dial (transparent), watch body and movement are coated in blue. Difference with skeleton is that we can keep dial writtings (Oyster Perpetual,.
Maurice de Mauriac Chronograph Modern Mechanical-automatic Swiss Valjoux movement (ETA Ø 42 mm black PVD over steel, screw-down crown, exhibition caseback, sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
1928 - Running on the LeCoultre Calibre, this watch is one of the rarest and most prestigious in the history of fine watchmaking. Its skeletonised dial and its sapphire back reveal a mechanism offering a minute repeater, a fly-back chronograph