The timepieces are created in different nuances of the colors according to the seasons they are devoted to: Green gold is devoted to spring, yellow gold to summer, red gold to autumn, and white gold to winter. The major colors match the sparkle of precious stones - emeralds, yellow sapphire, rubies, and blue sapphire - presented in the gold of the main dial as hour index.
The Vincent Berard Luvorene watches also demonstrate a nicely shaped symbol for every season: spring flower, summer sun, autumn leaf, and winter ice crystal. The original symbol is arranged on the balance bridge, with vibrations reflecting the pulsation of the timepiece and thus providing a view of its core.
The case of the watches, 42 mm in diameter, incorporates a curved, profile-ground sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating.
The three-piece dial is crafted from massive gold matching the color of the season. The dial’s centre has a double, bell-shaped opening demonstrating a part of the train and some other details of the perfectly processed clockwork movement. The dial also features three sub-dials for the small second, the moon phases and the weekdays. The sub-dial for the weekdays is offset and completed with the initials of the English weekdays created in cuneiform script or runic.
If you want to open the casing back, just press the case-spring, and, through the sapphire glass cover, you will see the “large staircase” on the inside and the spindle-like bridges of the clockwork movement VB441 presented in steps.
The Vincent Berard Luvorene watches, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, are coupled with an original wristlet that is silk velvet on the outside, hand-edged and sewn. The color of the wristlet matches the casing and the season. The inside part of the strap is in black crocodile leather, also hand-sewn. The strap is fitted with a catch clasp in massive gold.