Since its launch in 2015, Monsieur Bovet has the iconic patented Amadéo® convertible case, which allow you to transform your timepiece from the wrist (and show both sides, with reversed hand fitting) to a pocket/pendant watch to a desk clock, all without any tools.
BOVET 1822 now presents a turquoise guilloche dial version of this spectacular timepiece.
The guilloché motif on Monsieur Bovet’s two dials is an extension of the House of BOVET’s symbol since 1822: a lotus flower with twelve petals that symbolizes the twelve hours on the dials.
This new Monsieur Bovet timepiece features two display sides. The first one is a full dial with turquoise guilloche pattern, centre hour and minute hands and numerical hour-markers.
The second face has an open-worked lay out featuring an off-centred turquoise guilloche dial with numeral hour-markers, hour hand and minute hand. This side also offers the view of the hand-wound movement along with sub seconds indicator and power reserve display.
This precious timepiece is powered by an in-house movement with double co-axial seconds with seven days of power reserve from a single barrel.
The meticulous hand-crafting finishes on each of the movement’s components follow the traditional methods that the Bovet brothers used back at the dawn of the 19th century.
The Monsieur Bovet is available in 18K white gold and red gold versions.
Model: Monsieur Bovet
AI43030/07 (18K white gold)
AI43031 (18K red gold)
Limited edition of 60 timepieces
Type: Amadéo® convertible system
Diameter: 43 mm
Thickness: 12.35 mm
Material: 18K red or white gold
Water resistance: 30m
Buckle: 18K red or white gold ardillon
18K gold-plated silver or rhodium-plated silver
Diameter: 13 ¾’’’
Frequency: 21,600 vph
Power reserve: 7 days
Hours, minutes, double coaxial seconds, reversed hand-fitting, (hours, minutes and seconds), power reserve indicator
Turquoise guilloche with Lotus flower motif
Convertible Amadéo® case
Double coaxial seconds
Red gold version: USD 60’000.-
White gold version: USD 63’000.-