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By Zahra Al-Kateb | January 6 2016
On St. Valentine’s Day, the gift of a BOVET timepiece eloquently represents the timeless depth of romance. The sweeping hands mark each second, moment, and hour with steadfast movement, and the intricate heart of each BOVET timepiece reveals infinite, passionately crafted details that make it a fitting symbol of enduring love.
For Her, BOVET Presents Recital 11 “Miss Alexandra”
The Recital 11’s enchanting oval-shaped case glitters with a dial of guilloche mother-of-pearl, at whose apex an elegant moon phase complication is found. Every hour, its characteristic hands overlap to form a heart shape. For the woman who appreciates intricacy and true luxury, there is no better gift.
For Him, BOVET Presents the Recital 15
Concentric Côtes de Genève engravings radiate from the Recital 15’s center dials in an energetic and invigorating pattern. Its handsome indications display on the horizontal axis of this unusual and original face. Equipped with a jumping hour and retrograde minute, this timepiece will make a fascinating gift for lovers of sophisticated complications.
BOVET timepieces are crafted to endure through generations as a family heirloom, and the limited edition nature of BOVET timepieces stands as a fitting gift for romantic expressions or to mark significant occasions. What better gift for Valentine’s Day, a day meant to celebrate beauty, passion, and love than a timepiece from the house of BOVET.
BOVET 1822 is a Swiss Manufacturer of luxury timepieces whose origins date back to 1822, the year in which Edouard Bovet founded their workshop in the picturesque Val-de-Travers region of Switzerland. BOVET is renowned for its pocket watches manufactured for the Chinese market in the 19th century. Today, under the guidance and ownership of Pascal Raffy, a visionary with a passion for Haute Horlogerie, BOVET is thriving, manufacturing unique timepieces distinguished by their pocket watch inspired form. From extraordinary complications such as tourbillons and minute repeaters, to rare artisanal crafts such as enamel painting and fleurisanne engraving, each BOVET timepiece is brought to life under the practiced hand of a BOVET master watchmaker. With a highly limited production annually, BOVET seeks to preserve and cultivate the art and craft of traditional watchmaking, while delighting connoisseurs and collectors.
For additional information please visit: www.bovet.com