Bovet nourishes the aspirations of his owner – Pascal Raffy – for watch-making with art and precision. The Amadeo case conceived in 2010 features in the entire Fleurier collection. This entirely new concept saw the transformation of his timepiece into a wristwatch, pendant watch, pocket watch and table clock. Since 1822 it has embodied brand's vocation. Together with the other house creations, it conveys the values of refinement and excellence.
Edouard Bovet begins at Fleurier. He is the son of Jean-Frédéric Bovet, himself a watch-maker at Fleurier.
Bovet registers the patent for the chevalet watch, which makes it possible to use his pocket watch as a table clock.
Bovet starts back in business.
Pascal Raffy, the owner of Bovet and sole shareholder since 2001, acquires the Dimier 1738 manufacture. He purchases the château de Môtiers and sets up the Bovet workshops there.