. From the Château de Môtiers, in Switzerland’s idyllic Val-de-Travers, the house of Bovet has been innovating practices of haute horlogerie for almost two centuries. Named for the decade that revolutionised watchmaking, this ’19Thirty Fleurier’ style pays homage to the craft’s history, while still retaining a sense of modernity. The 18-karat gold case is anchored by a croc-effect leather strap and hosts a black-lacquered dial, the two subdials take inspiration from the ‘Easel Chronometer’ pocket timepieces, produced by the Maison before the advent of the wristwatch. It’s designed with an exhibition case back, so you can see the intricate workings of the hand-wound movement. We offer a five-year warranty for all working parts and manufacturing faults for luxury watches. For more information, contact one of our experts by emailing email@example.com "