Maurice Lacroix has launched the Pontos Décentrique Phases de Lune, a distinctive moon phase timepiece with an off-centre display.
A new interpretation of the brand's 2010 off-centre moon phase model, the Maurice Lacroix Pontos Décentrique Phases de Lune is described as "setting aside traditional principles to create its own philosophy of time".
The watch has a black dial with a sun-brushed satin texture, slim diamond studded markers and luminescent tipped hands. A rhodium dial version is also available, offering a more classically elegant look.
The hours and minutes are displayed on a disc at 10 o'clock, and a date window is positioned at 6 o'clock.
A moon phase indicator is at 4 o'clock, and is made up of two discs: a sapphire crystal disc with metal-coated moon, and underneath, a disc that indicates day or night.
The Pontos Décentrique Phases de Lune has a 42 mm stainless steel case, and a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides. It is powered by the self-winding ML 122 calibre, and comes with a black alligator skin strap, lined with black calfskin.