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Récital 21 Perpetual Calendar

Brand
Bovet 1822

Price
$77,800

Phone
1 212 888 0505

Website
bovet.com

With an unusual writing-desk-sloped case, Récital 21 is a vision in intrigue and technical prowess. This 44.4mm watch combines perpetual calendar functions with a three-dimensional, constantly moving tourbillon escapement and a retrograde date indication that outlines the circular blue dial. The dial is brushed by hand, surface treated, hand painted with eight layers of lacquer, and polished by hand to bring out its luster. The watch is designed to display its information in an easy-to-read manner, with hour and minute hands on the center dial and days and months vertically displayed via apertures. A small circular aperture at 3 o'clock shows the leap year. The patented double-coaxial second mechanism displays the second hand above the tourbillon, and the five days of power reserve are indicated on the back.

Details

Price ($)77,800
Price version18K Rose Gold
Carrats18K
GenderMale
CaseRound
ComplicationsCalendar
Hours
Tourbillon
Retrograde
Moon Phase
Minutes
Leap Year
TourbillonTriple-Axis Tourbillon
Water resistance30m
MovementManual
Power reserve range (hours)> 97
Power reserve120 hours
Case sizeLarge (>39mm)
Case diameter (mm)44
Case backOpen
Case colourRose Gold
Case materialRose Gold
Dial colourWhite
Where to buyCellini Jewelers in New York
Caliber13DM05-QPR
ReferenceNumberR210005
Watch Price Range< $100,000

Noted for its 19th century pocket watches, Bovet has unfailingly impressed since its start. The Swiss brand has continually captivated watch enthusiasts both through the transparent intricacy of its designs and an elegance that one wouldn't expect to characterize complex machinery. In 2022, Bovet launched curated exhibition of its timepieces to celebrate the its bicentennial. Spanning the entire 200 years, it included pieces from the 1800s, such as those made for the Ottoman Empire and European royalty. Moving across to the early 1900s, the exhibition featured the watch that inspired the patented Amedo system before showcasing the prominent Bovet chronographs of the 1940s and 1950s. And closing the exhibit, ground-breaking astronomical timepieces took the spotlight, in addition to the GHP award-winning timepieces and bespoke Rolls-Royce timepieces designed for its Boat Tail project.

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