In many cultures, green is a symbol of hope, luck, growth, and nature. Today, this link also symbolizes environmental protection. What cleaner energy is there than the one that powers a mechanical watch movement? Or what eco-friendlier approach than storing this energy in a barrel that can provide this function for centuries?
Since its launch in 2015, Monsieur Bovet has become the symbol of timepieces featuring the patented Amadéo® convertible case. Its elegance and two faces make it a fitting timepiece for every moment in the life. This timepiece is powered by an in-house movement that offers seven days of power reserve with a single barrel. This power reserve is the fruit of the meticulous hand-crafted finishes on each of the movement’s components. It follows the traditional methods that the Bovet brothers used back at the dawn of the 19th century, and that optimally limited the friction of the components in a movement. The guilloché motif on Monsieur Bovet’s two dials is an extension of the Maison Bovet’s symbol since 1822: a lotus flower with twelve petals that symbolizes the twelve hours counted on the dials. It is decorated with fine appliqué of Arabic numerals.
The House of Bovet continues to enhance its women’s collection in 2020. As demonstrated by the new edition of the Miss Audrey timepiece. It now features a green guilloché dial inspired by the lotus flower. This timepiece is also housed in the Amadéo® convertible case, crafted in steel with a 36mm diameter. The bezel and the bow are set with white diamonds. The case’s convertible feature allows the timepiece to be worn on the wrist, transformed into a table clock or turned into a majestic pendant without needing to use any tools. To match the dial, Bovet has designed an original long jade bead necklace. Powered by an automatic movement displaying the date at 6 o’clock, Miss Audrey is a timepiece that offers great comfort of use.