Swiss watchmaker Bovet has never been one to shy away from complex craftsmanship and its latest Récital 22 Grand Récital perfectly embodies the company's history of masterfully crafted luxury timepieces. The watch exhibits many unique qualities but its combination of tourbillon, perpetual calendar and tellurium movements sets it apart from other luxury timepieces and establishes it as a truly intriguing watch.
The case of the Récital 22 Grand Récital is built to be asymmetrically thick and comes in at 46.30mm wide and 19.60mm thick. To fit with the luxury motif, the case has AR-coated sapphire crystals on the top and bottom while the face features handpainted embellishments and engraved features. Bovet will be producing two versions of the Récital 22 Grand Récital with half being made in 18k red gold and the other half being constructed in platinum.
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Bovet's Récital 22 Grand Récital Redefines Luxury Craftsmanship
1. Luxury Watchmaking Innovation - Bovet's Récital 22 Grand Récital showcases the potential for watchmakers to combine new complex movements in a way that redefines luxury craftsmanship.
2. Asymmetrically Thick Watch Cases - The Récital 22 Grand Récital's unique asymmetrically thick watch case presents an opportunity for luxury watchmakers to create novel designs.
3. Handpainted Watch Embellishments - The Récital 22 Grand Récital's handpainted embellishments offer a decorative flourish that presents an opportunity for innovative designs in luxury watchmaking.
1. Luxury Watchmaking - Luxury watchmakers can explore combinations of movement mechanics and decorative flourishes as seen in the Récital 22 Grand Récital to redefine the industry's expectations.
2. Jewelry - Jewelry makers can develop new techniques for using precious metals to create unique and asymmetrical casings for luxury timepieces.
3. Fine Art - Luxury watchmaking techniques can be elevated to art through the handpainted embellishments and engraved features that Bovet exhibits, inviting collaborations between watchmakers and artists.