The House of Bovet 1822 announces new models from its 19Thirty collection.
The 19thirty collection was inspired by the last pocket watches crafted by the Maison BOVET, before the advent of the wristwatch era. Its balance is inherited from the stylistic details of the “easel” chronometer which was patented in 1930 and symbolizes the shift towards wristwatches.
The 19Thirty collection was presented in 2015 exclusively in steel. The movement was specially developed for this collection, and the quality of its execution and finishes meets the same criteria of the Grandes Complications. It offers seven days of power reserve with only a single barrel.
Mr. Pascal Raffy, the owner of BOVET 1822, wanted this collection to offer two different cases. There is the iconic Fleurier case with its bows and crowns that stand out with their 12:00 position, and the more conventional Dimier case with its four horns. Both cases befit the taste and standards of collectors around the world.
This year, the collection features the Mason’s dedication to the decorative arts by offering a luxurious “Fleurisanne” engraving that embraces the hour and minute dial, as well as the second counter which form an eight: a symbol of luck and prosperity for the wearer.
The beautiful elements of the dial and the case unite with impeccable timekeeping, reliability and seven-day power reserve to create a timeless, classic and exceptional timepiece that can be worn every day and turn every second into a moment of grace.
Model: Fleurier 19Thirty
NTR0023, red gold
NTR0024, red gold
NTS0015, stainless steel
NTR0016, stainless steel
Diameter: 42 mm
Material: 18K red gold or stainless steel
Water resistance: 30 m
Type: Hand-wound movement
Diameter: 15 ¾ ’’’
Frequency: 21’600 v/h
Power reserve: 7 days
Hours, minutes, sub-seconds, power reserve indicator
Blue or black circular brushed dials with Roman numerals
Hand-engraved elements with “Fleurisanne” motif
Buckle: 18K red gold or stainless steel ardillon
CHF 29’500.- (18 K red gold)
CHF. 17’800.- (stainless steel)