It stands to reason that skeletonized timepieces particularly appeal, for they put all the mechanical complexity on full display. In the 22 years since Mr. Pascal Raffy took the helm of BOVET, he has insisted on making sure the movement is visible, its high watchmaking pedigree open to be admired, while at the same time reinforcing the House’s commitment to the decorative arts.
Given this focus on mechanical artistry, it might seem a bit surprising that the new BOVET 1822 Virtuoso XI is the very first full skeleton timepiece the House has ever introduced.
Main Features to Note:
Limited Edition: Yes
Case Material: White Gold
Strap: Full Skin Alligator
Buckle: White Gold Ardillon Buckle
Function: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Tourbillon
Movement: Manual Winding, Flying Tourbillon
Frequency: 18'000 v/h
Power Reserve: 10 Days
Water Resistance: 30m
International Warranty: 5 Years