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Bovet Miss Audrey Sweet Art

Mouthwateringly magnificent, the sugary-sweet dials are extremely time-consuming to make.

By Roberta Naas |  October 20 2021


Bovet Miss Audrey Sweet Art
The Bovet Miss Audrey Sweet Art / ©Bovet Bovet 1822

While the new Miss Audrey Sweet Art watch from Bovet 1822 is enchanting to look at thanks to its elaborate diamond-set case, it is the colorful dial that is truly innovative — it is the world’s first dial to be made of sugar crystals. Over two years of research and development, Bovet’s master artisans were able to perfect and patent a process for coloring sugar crystals while also ensuring they can withstand temperature fluctuations, humidity and more.

Mouthwateringly magnificent, the sugary-sweet dials are extremely time-consuming to make. The sugar crystals have to be prepared in such a way as to preserve their molecular structure forever, so they don’t change when on the dial. The sugar dials come in an array of colors and even in two-tone styles. Making the watch even more appealing, if that’s possible, is the fact that the case is convertible from wrist watch to pocket watch to table clock.

$28,000 in stainless steel, available at Cellini Jewelers in New York, +1 212 888 0505, bovet.com

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