Bovet Récital 11 Miss Alexandra

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Bovet Récital 11 Miss Alexandra

Postby koimaster » July 1st 2014, 9:25am

When Edouard Bovet ventured into watchmaking at the beginning of the 19th century, he decided to set his pieces apart by decorating each of his creations using a myriad of artistic crafts, such as enameling, gem-setting, engraving and miniature painting. Bovet’s creations became highly sought after timekeepers, thanks to the attention given to embellishing each of the watch’s parts — from the case and dial to the movement itself. While Bovet watches weren’t the only ones to be adorned at the time, the high quality and beauty of the work instantly put the brand on the road to success.

Fast forward to the 21st century and you’ll notice that this passion for the decorative arts is just as strong today as it was two centuries ago. Bovet’s owner, Pascal Raffy, continues to pay equal attention to the artistic creation of each timepiece as he does to the complications inside. In 2011, the brand decided to treat the ladies to the same level of craftsmanship and fine watchmaking as the gentlemen with the 41mm Récital 0. Because this was a huge success, Bovet unveiled the Récital 9 Miss Alexandra Tourbillon in 2013, and most recently, the Récital 11 Miss Alexandra, both dedicated to one very special lady — Pascal Raffy’s daughter.



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