Designed for Only Watch 2015, the unique Bovet Fleurier Amadeo is based on a previously unreleased model from Bovet. Set to appear in the watchmaker’s 2016 collection, this timepiece is set in Bovet’s convertible Amadeo case, allowing the watch to be whatever you need it to be: either a reversible wristwatch, a table clock or a pendant necklace.
As you could imagine, its reversibility makes this piece truly unique, which is why it features two very distinctive faces, one of them coming with a gorgeous pink-hued guilloché dial, whilst the other offers a miniature painting of a pair of doves.
This painting is actually a reproduction of the grand feu enamel case back from a Bovet pocket watch that used to impress people living at the turn of the 19th century. The case comes of this one-off timepiece comes in 18kt white gold, showing off the Amadeo convertible system and featuring double sapphire crystals.
The bezel, bow and lug are set with 236 diamonds totaling 3.92 carats. The crown and strap-bolts feature 5 briolette diamonds which weight an extra 1 carat, while the movement inside this watch is the Swiss hand-wind Dimier for Bovet caliber Virtuoso II with 41 jewels, 21,600 vph and a power reserve of 7 days.
Also part of the package is a pink alligator leather strap which comes with an 18kt white gold ardillon buckle, and a rhodium-plated sterling silver chain. How about it, ladies?