David Ferrer and Vicente del Bosque join BOVET in Madrid

BOVET 1822 joined forces with its Madrid-based partner Chocrón Joyeros to present its 2016 collection to Spanish collectors.

To mark the occasion, David Ferrer and Vicente del Bosque, Spanish friends and ambassadors of BOVET, honored the House with their presence. The event gave collectors the opportunity to hear about the reliability of BOVET timepieces from the two sportsmen who, through their specific activities, contribute unceasingly to enhancing the quality and reliability of BOVET timepieces.

Moises Chocrón himself also highlighted the personal values that unite David Ferrer and Vicente del Bosque to Pascal Raffy, owner of BOVET 1822 and the DIMIER 1738 Manufactures. “He [Pascal Raffy] single-handedly embodies the magic and splendor of one of the favorite brands of the world’s great collectors.”

These are values which Pascal Raffy shares with his partners, such as Moises Chocrón, as with many collectors. And this is well and truly the key that has enabled BOVET to approach perfection for almost two centuries.

These values of honesty, respect and hard work are such that the numerous guests were able to sense them when discovering the Maison’s new icons, such as the Récital 18 Shooting Star and Ottantasei tourbillons or the new 19Thirty collection. The three new additions have already achieved the iconic status enjoyed by so many others, and flawlessly illustrate the many facets of excellence demonstrated by the Maison’s craftsmen.