Bovet releases the Amadeo Fleurier 39 “Fan”
Bovet 1822’s latest collection of artisan timepiece is aiming to win over plenty of fans. Paying homage to the illustrious and illustrative history of fans, the Swiss maison has released a range of watches that captures the artistry of refined fan-making: the Amadeo Fleurier 39 “Fan” collection highlights miniature painting variations of decorative fans on mother-of-pearl dials.
Available in white gold or red gold, each of the miniature painted dials is a unique piece, fitting into the dimensions of the 39mm diameter Fleurier Amadeo case.
Fans made of feathers, silk, lace or inlaid mother-of-pearl are painted on the dials of the collection’s timepieces.
Dozens of different professions are involved in manufacturing both fans and timepieces, bringing together artists and artisans. Painters, embroiderers, sculptors, engravers, finishers and pleaters are some of the most commonly found crafts, and fan-makers can be officially recognised as Maîtres d’art.
In a few simple movements, the patented Amadeo case system enables the user to convert their timepiece into a reversible wristwatch, a table clock, or a pocket or pendant watch for men’s and women’s models respectively.
This collection of fans is a facet of the Art of Bovet — renowned for its customisations that allow customers to tailor their timpieces to their every preference. In addition to the miniature painting theme, the maison offers individuals the opportunity to have their timepiece hand-engraved and gem-set with a personal design.
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