The beauty of BOVET
Taking Women's Watchmaking Seriously...
To celebrate its 200th house warming this year, Bovet has introduced countless new women's wrist watches, all of which have one thing in frequent: They take female enjoy lovers with refreshing significance. Making timepieces for women will be nothing new to Bovet. The business has a rich horological history featuring feminine scenes applying Art Deco, gemstones in addition to pearls. These selected swiss watches are currently on display on the temporary museum at the Maison’s Château de Môtiers hq, demonstrating that the Maison’s ideals have not changed much inside 200 years. The essence of such historic models lives on in the present timepieces, offering as much horological magic to the ladies for the gentlemen. Let's take a look at about three key female creations that will prove it.
Chateau De Môtiers Butterfly past and present Inspired by an 1830 women's pocket watch decorated with enamelled butterflies, this kind of contemporary version features a gorgeous green butterfly with its wings fully exposed against any white mother-of-pearl dial. If the lights are out, that modern piece takes on an entirely different look, as Bovet has perfected the piece of art with a new enamel paint made up of luminescent particles, creating a couple of different dials - a single for daytime and one intended for night.
solo just one While many watch manufacturers are downplaying the physical aspects of women's watches, Bovet likes to up the ante, as noticed in this skeletonized Récital One particular watch. Thanks to the construction in the movement, there is enough room to get light to filter by means of, giving the impression the tourbillon is almost floating about the dial. The movement can be so finely polished and furnished that you can barely notice the kuvertbr?d and brilliant-cut diamonds decorating the bezel, case as well as lugs, further enhancing the nice thing about this mechanical timepiece.
Miss Audrey Special Art Miss Audrey Sweet Art presents an original Art Nouveau process employing colored sugar crystals for the dial. The patented method starts with sugar a variety of crystals including lemurian crystals, which are first prepared in order that their structure is repaired. After this, artisans select the deposits individually by size and also height before adding the ultimate color, creating a paved area that could almost be wrong for gemstones. The wrist watch is also equipped with Bovet's Amadeo system, allowing the owner to embellish it on the wrist, across the neck, or on her office.