In the 19th century, the Swiss timepiece manufacture Bovet Fleurier built a solid reputation with its pocket watches, produced for the Chinese market. Today, the brand is famous for its artistic timepieces demonstrating high-end dials.
The new Amadeo Fleurier 43 watch is not an exception: it catches and holds the gaze with an enamel black polished dial. Exquisitely balanced, it is completed with applied Roman numerals, sculptured in red gold. They are joined by delicate minute-markers, performed in white.
The progression of hours and minutes is marked by centralized fragile hands, born from dexterous fingers of genuine artists.
The small seconds are displayed in a black counter, fitted with a red gold outline. Positioned at 6 o’ clock, it is endowed with white indices and Arabic numerals. Traveling over them is a graceful red gold hand.
The dial also offers a power reserve indicator, located at 3 o’clock. The brand’s logo, featured beneath the 12 o’clock hour-marker, completes the successful design of the watch face.
The array of useful functions, provided by the new Amadeo Fleurier 43 watch, is brought to life by a self-winding mechanical movement. Embellished with Haute horlogerie finish, the caliber runs at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and boasts a lengthy 72-hour power reserve.
The entire mechanism is housed in a 43.0 mm case, crafted from red gold. It is 30 meter water-resistant.
The new Bovet Fleurier watch is mounted on a leather strap, fitted with a pin buckle. The model presented can be used as a wristwatch, table clock or pocket watch.