The House of BOVET settles in at the iconic Asprey Boutique on New Bond Street in London
It is on the 1st of May 1822 in London that the name of the House of BOVET was registered for the very first time. Nearly two centuries later, BOVET is pleased to announce the signature of a highly symbolic partnership with the House of Asprey that shares the same culture of true luxury and values underlined by the extraordinary longevity of both Houses.
Asprey was founded in 1781 and has established its reputation over the generations into the finest British luxury goods House and has been granted with a Royal Warrant by the Queen Victoria in 1862. With a long standing heritage in clocks and watches, Asprey continues with BOVET to present a unique and finely crafted selection of timepieces.
BOVET timepieces are characterized by an unparalleled level of technical and chronometric quality. Benefiting from more than 192 years of expertise and know-how in Haute Horlogerie, the artisans of BOVET 1822 are renowned for the mastery of their art, which finds expression particularly in the exceptional finishes and decorations of every component of a movement.
BOVET 1822 collections, consisting of masterpieces manufactured in discretionary quantities and numerous unique pieces, find with this boutique a showcase, entirely dedicated to BOVET, of rare elegance entirely in keeping with the essence of the Swiss manufacturer’s timepieces. Collectors will find within Asprey a representative collection of the timepieces of the House of BOVET and notably the 2014 novelties in a setting where timeless classicism with modernism in a unique style offers an ideal scenery to collectors wishing quietly to uncover the most sophisticated mechanisms, embellished by engravings or miniature paintings that have underpinned the reputation of the House of BOVET since 1822.