Consisting essentially of jewellery items, the Forever range now includes timepieces in a range of different designs. Available on cases and with a bracelet structure in PVD steel, rose gold or yellow gold, these 32 mm diameter watches have a dial decor with the Mixed Numerals, Flower or Dots themes. The traditional cable bracelets are available in steel, blue, plum, bronze or Bordeaux colours. The case periphery is a reference to the mysterious «moucharabiehs», a distinctive architectural feature of Arab countries.
The design of this piece takes its inspiration from the world of dragonflies, a true symbol of elegance, gaiety and lightness. The white mother-of-pearl dial has motifs illustrating that majestic insect in light turquoise and golden yellow tones, subtly reflecting colour variations which change as the wrist moves. Eight diamonds impart a precious sheen, reminiscent of a dragonfly’s wings scintillating in the sun. Water-resistant to 50 m, the 33.5 mm steel case houses a self-winding movement.
This contemporary watch draws its inspiration from the night sky. In a tribute to the stars, the sunbrushed midnight-blue dial is accompanied by bright metallic indexes, as well as seven diamonds reproducing the Aquila constellation. Refined hands allow the time to be read with ease. Based on the iconic BR family, the steel case houses a quartz movement. A bezel set with 66 gems and a dark blue alligator strap add style and grace to this feminine timepiece.
This model is a contemporary version of a period pocket watch. The elegant square profile of the case gives the user the impression of holding a pebble in the palm of his hand. The white gold case features a dial which allies the softness of opaline in the centre with the silvered brilliance of the hour circle. This piece houses a tourbillon device completed by two inverted springs at the centre of the balance to achieve exceptional precision. An anthracite alligator leather strap adds the finishing touch to this timepiece.
The Extra-fort Grand Taille is the iconic model of this house; it comes with four new dial versions in colours ranging from silver to blue or grey. The applied indexes and Roman numerals stand out clearly on each version. The elegant lines reveal a 41 mm steel case housing a self-winding chronograph movement. Water-resistant to 50 metres, this piece which is worn on an alligator leather strap or steel bracelet features a caseback secured b1y six screws.
This small table clock by the designer Kostas Metaxas has been worked to ensure a light and extremely modern touch. The lines of the object and its clean structure make this a particularly avant-garde model. Comprising 148 components, each piece is individually made by hand. The understated Hélix lines reveal the 1754 movement in brass which is hand-wound using a key. A chic and exclusive object with resolutely contemporary lines, this table clock is available with gilded or black finishes.
Inspired by the first Happy Diamonds model launched in 1976, this anniversary timepiece adopts the original cushion shape. Prong-set diamonds adorn the circumference of the dial, while mobile gemstones whirl freely across a circular-grained white mother-of-pearl background. Larger, more numerous and in different sizes, they are at liberty to move as they please around the dial. A mini subdial in the centre, also ringed with diamonds, bears the watch hands.
This piece is distinctive for its steel case coated with vulcanised rubber. That same material is used on the unidirectional rotating bezel and the screw-down crown guaranteeing water resistance to 200 m. Set by the 3S technique, the ceramic stones on the bezel make a striking contrast with the black rubber. On the openwork dial, the wave motif is reminiscent of the brand’s maritime heritage, while the luminescent hands and indexes make for unrivalled readability.
Available in more colourful versions (ice blue, copper orange or candy chestnut), this reinterpretation is dedicated to the world of diving. Water-resistant to 100 metres, it comes with a steel case complete with graduated unidirectional rotating bezel. With a triangular guide-mark and an eye-catching notched profile, this watch allows dive times to be calculated and is easy to handle even when wearing neoprene gloves. Available with a steel or rubber bracelet.
Simple yet sophisticated, this timepiece is a veritable bouquet of femininity. Its 36 mm case is mounted on a metallic bracelet with graceful attachments. Its midnight blue dial is illuminated by a sunburst guilloche decoration. The DeWitt imperial columns have been reinterpreted in an original way on the inner flange and surround the twelve hour-markers. Pierced glaive hands indicate the hours and minutes. This timepiece is powered by a quartz or self-winding movement.
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