Enamel Four watches to discover
The four watches highlighted in our selection illustrate one of the most major artistic craft in the watchmaking decorative technique : the enamel.
A traditional art applied to watchmaking since the 17th century, enamel endows dials with exceptional and almost inalterable radiance, whether monochrome or decorated using various techniques, notably including miniature painting. The term “Grand Feu” refers to successive firings at very high temperatures of around 800°C.
The Bovet Manufacture upholds the tradition of decorative arts applied to its delicately engraved, chased, enamelled, engine-turned or hand-painted cases, dials and movements, thus passing on the...Find out more >
Breguet’s archives, kept in Switzerland and in Paris, record the developments that have sustained Breguet watchmaking for more than two centuries. The firm is committed to remaining ahead of its...Find out more >
An elegant, outward-looking philosophy that dates back to the Age of Enlightenment is still at the heart of Jaquet Droz's identity. The fine and rare handcrafts practiced at the company’s workshops...Find out more >