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Bovet Virtuoso VII


₹ 86,30,000

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Full Specification

  • Brand Bovet
    SeriesVirtuoso VII
    Model NoACQPR021
  • Movement
    Features Perpetual Calendar, Power Reserve Indicator, Retrograde
    Movement Manual Winding
    Calibre 13BM12AIQPR
    Case Size 43.3 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Rose Gold
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Turquoise
    Strap Material Leather
    Strap Colour Black
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 30
    Warranty Period 5 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

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About the Bovet Fleurier Collection

The Fleurier collection by Bovet explores themes of decorative arts and craftsmanship virtuosity, concepts closely linked to the history of the maison. More than 200 years ago, Bovet carved their way into the world of horology with pocket watches featuring intricate detailing and hand engravings. Now, CEO Pascal Raffy and the House of Bovet bring this watchmaking alchemy to the Fleurier collection, which houses beautiful, one-of-a-kind timepieces with round cases, leather straps, and intricately-designed dials.

The Distinctive Bovet Amadeo Case

Watches in the Bovet Fleurier collection are armed with the brand’s patented Amadeo case, named after Pascal Raffy’s son. Its singular construction is a lesson in ingenuity, resembling a wearable pocket watch. The Amadeo case is convertible and can be easily transformed without any tools into a table clock, pendant, or pocket watch. In addition, it is also reversible with two dials, one on each side. The bells and whistles that elevate this distinctive case and have become a signature of the collection are the single bow-shaped lug at 12 o’clock and the attached winding crown.

The Eclectic Watches Of Bovet Fleurier

The Bovet Fleurier collection asserts aesthetic dominance with its refined roll call of watches—19Thirty, Miss Audrey, Monsieur Bovet, Orbis Mundi, and the Virtuoso series. Miss Audrey and Monsieur Bovet are the maison’s haute horlogerie interpretations of a women’s and men’s watch. While Miss Audrey is named after Mr Raffy’s daughter, Monsieur Bovet nods to the four Bovet brothers and their tasteful style. 19Thirty, perhaps, is the choicest of all Fleurier watches. Introduced in 2015, it takes aesthetical inspiration from Bovet watches of the 1930s and carries a pleasing vintage sensibility with exposed and well-decorated dials. Orbis Mundi is Bovet’s invitation to travel. It is an exceptionally designed world timer nominated for the watchmaking’s Oscars—the GPHG—more than once. Virtuoso watches lean more towards mechanical complexity, featuring a slew of interesting complications as well as Bovet’s first skeleton watch.

Bovet Fleurier


The calibre 13BM12AIQPR was introduced in 2014 and is used in many of the brand's watches. In addition to displaying hours and minutes on both sides of the movement, it features a perpetual calendar complication that shows the day, retrograde date, month, and leap year cycles. It doesn't need any adjustments for 400 years if kept wound. The movement operates at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and can store up to 5 days of power reserve. The visible components feature traditional Geneva stripes, circular graining, and snailing.


    • Brand Bovet
    • Reference 13BM12AIQPR
    • Movement Manual Winding
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve approx. 120 hours
    • Frequency 21600 bph

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