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Emile Chouriet - Fair Lady Lotus Dream Night

Emile Chouriet Fair Lady Lotus Dream Night

The Brand Reveres the Lotus Flower in its New Creation.

While the symbolic lotus is already a distinguishing feature in various Emile Chouriet Fair Lady models, the new Fair Lady Dream Night elevates the artistry of the lotus by combining a number of different artisanal techniques for a homage to the wondrous flower. To depict the intricate beauty of the lotus flower, natural white mother-of-peal has been meticulously cut and arranged in a way that creates a three-dimensional visual effect, with a mosaic geometric pattern that mimics the rising petals of the sacred flower.

Fair Lady Lotus Dream Night

Fair Lady Dream Night © Emile Chouriet

Complementing the luster of the mother-of-pearl is the astral backdrop of the dial. Resembling a clear, starry night sky, the dial is crafted from aventurine, a deep blue mineral glass with metal flecks that sparkle with colorful reflections of light. The rounded blue hands mimic the form of leaves, and are open to allow as much visibility on the dial as possible while retaining legibility.

Perfectly proportioned for women’s wrists, the round stainless steel case of the Fair Lady measures 29mm wide, with a concave bezel that provides a soft curvature to the piece. The crown and uniquely shaped lugs are inlaid with blue Swarovski crystals for an elegant and whimsical touch. Completing the watch is a minimalistic black calf leather strap and steel buckle. Powering this watch is the calibre EC5316, an automatic ETA-based movement with a power reserve of 38 hours when fully wound.

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