. Bovet’s historical archive is a limitless trove of inspiration, so rightly so, the haute horloger ‘s designs continue to pay ode to the early pieces from which it earned its reputation. This ‘Fleurier’ model is inspired by the 1930s pocket watch known as the ‘Easel Chronometer’, named as such for the patented stand that propped its artful dial, and which marked the end of an era before fashion shifted toward the wristwatch. Recalling the pocket’s silhouette with its stainless steel case, it highlights an exquisite dial detailed with Côtes de Genève brushwork and engraving to frame two timekeeping apertures, oft nicknamed Bovet’s ‘lucky number 8’. It’s manually wound with a 7-day power reserve, a remarkable feat for a movement containing a single spring barrel. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org "