For almost two centuries, the Maison Bovet has been taking the watchmaking’s decorative arts to new heights. As a way of keeping the same working methods, the same techniques and the same rigor as his illustrious predecessors, the House of Bovet partnered with Mr. Ilgiz Fazulzyanov, an artistic expert in Grand Feu enamel and one of the most prominent jewelry designers of his generation, to present an exclusive collection of timepieces. The poppies in this unique composition form a bouquet illuminated by no fewer than 138 diamonds that offer them enchanting reflections and contrasts. This exceptional work is housed in the 39-mm-diameter Fleurier Amadeo case.
The exclusive collection of unique pieces offered by Bovet 1822 and Ilgiz F. will therefore come as no surprise to 19th-century watchmaking specialists and collectors as it is a direct descendant of the historic pocket watches manufactured by the Bovet brothers. With this additional difficulty: the diameters of today’s timepieces are smaller than the pocket watches of the 19th century.