The mid-autumn moon has become the inspiration of two pairs of watches from Carl F. Bucherer, the exceptional watchmaker well-known for its precision watchmaking and elegant design. These elegantly rounded timepieces are destined to become the symbols of love and union, and would shine on the wrists of yours and your loved one’s during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival. <Adamavi> Creating timepieces with eternal values is always the philosophy of Carl F. Bucherer and is the perfect example of the brand’s expressive language. A rounded case in refined 18K red gold is matched with slender lugs, straps in black Louisiana alligator leather, a minimalistic dial with a radiating finish and ultra-legible Arabic numerals and hour markers to create the ultimate elegance that would last forever, and ensure the perfect shine on the wrist of yours and your other half’s. The gent’s model of the Adamavi exudes subtle luxury on its bezel with 46 diamonds weighing 0.52 carats and is equipped with a CFB 1965 automatic movement that is visible through its sapphire crystal case back. A precise CFB 1850 quartz movement is united with sophistication on the lady’s model.
<Patravi AutoDate TwoTone> A mechanical timepiece works just like the cycles of the moon that is always in perfect harmony. Since 1888, mechanical timepieces from Carl F. Bucherer have been providing their owners with the utmost accuracy to make sure they would not miss any important dates, as well as marking every memorable moment. This pair of watches become symbols of eternity for you and the one you love at the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival. You can read the hours, minutes, seconds and date from both pieces, which are driven by the CFB1950 and CFB1963 automatic movements. With TwoTone in their names, the eye-catching pieces are created from stainless steel and 18K red gold, and are further enhanced with its mother-of pearl dial and hour markers studded with diamonds. The bezel of the lady’s model is further embellished with 48 FC TW vvs diamonds weighing 0.45 carats to make sure it would shine on the wrist of its owner.