Unveiled at the Salon exhibition in Geneva, the Château de Môtiers 40 Eurytides Marcellus by BOVET is stunning to say the least. The timepiece, which features an exquisite hand-painted technique, illuminates when in darker light.
The Château de Môtiers 40 Eurytides Marcellus is the second timepiece that BOVET released using this luminous hand-painted technique, as the first watch was released in 2017. The second installment’s luminosity lies with the face’s butterfly. In the daytime, the face showcases a painted butterfly on top of a flower; but come nighttime, watch as the butterfly and hands begin to glow right before your very eyes.
Besides its illuminating properties, the Château de Môtiers 40 Eurytides Marcellus timepiece features a mother-of-pearl face, 18 karat red gold frame and an alligator strap. It also boasts a self-winding caliber and 42 hours of power reserve.
This extraordinary timepiece’s luminous capabilities elevates its elegance, allowing wearers to effortlessly transition this accessory from daywear to nightwear.
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