BOVET 1822 Celebrates Two Centuries Of Decorative Arts And Excellence

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BOVET 1822 Celebrates Two Centuries Of Decorative Arts And Excellence

For almost two centuries, the Maison BOVET has been taking the watchmaking's decorative arts to new heights while continuing to delight collectors and art lovers with the virtuosity of its artisans. Mr. Raffy, Maison BOVET 1822's owner, is once again demonstrating his dedication to keeping alive the tradition of decorative arts and the finest expression of time.

As a way of keeping the same working methods, the same techniques and the same rigor as his illustrious predecessors, Mr. Raffy and the House of BOVET partnered with Mr. Ilgiz Fazulzyanov, an artistic expert in Grand Feu enamel and one of the most prominent jewelry designers of his generation, to present an exclusive collection of timepieces.
 

Bovet Amadeo® Fleurier 39 « Poppies » Email Grand Feu

The poppies in this unique composition form a bouquet illuminated by no fewer than 138 diamonds that offer them enchanting reflections and contrasts. This exceptional work is housed in the 39-mm-diameter Fleurier Amadeo case. It took the Maison BOVET seven years to develop this ingenious patented system that allows anyone — in simple steps, without any tools — to convert their timepiece into a table clock or, respectively, a pocket watch for the gentlemen's designs and a pendant for the women's models.