Named Best Classical Watch at the
Middle East Watch & Jewellery of the Year Awards
During a beautiful, horologically star-studded Middle East Watch & Jewellery of the Year Awards event at the Music Hall on Palm Island in Dubai, the Monsieur Bovet from BOVET 1822 was named “Best Classical Watch.”
This capped off an amazing year for the House, with the introduction of the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail timepieces, the naming of the Miss Audrey Sweet Art as Robb Report’s “Best of the Best” Dial Innovation Award winner, as well as the phenomenal result of the Miss Audrey Sweet Fairy during the Only Watch auction.
The Middle East Watch & Jewellery of the Year Awards is the most respected awards show in the region, and BOVET 1822 is proud to be officially selected for a record six (6) categories,
The categories where BOVET 1822 was one of the three finalists, chosen from the hundreds of timepieces submitted, included:
- Best Classical Watch
- Best Design Watch
- Best Multi Time Zone Watch
- Best High-End Watch
- Best Iconic Watch
- Best Independent Brand.
“I’d like to thank the organizers of the Middle East Watch & Jewellery of the Year Awards, and the jury who had such a difficult task choosing from the amazing timepieces in competition,”
– Pascal Raffy, owner, BOVET 1822.
“We are very pleased to receive the ‘Best Classical Watch’ award. BOVET is a House with a classic tradition, dating back nearly 200 years, but we are also modern and design-driven, which the jury, the industry, timepiece lovers, and collectors deeply appreciate.
Congratulations to all the winners and thank you.”
BOVET 1822 has over its nearly 200 years received over 40 awards from industry events like the Middle East Watch & Jewellery of the Year Awards, the GPHG (the Oscars of watchmaking), Robb Report and other magazines, and more.
The House is also in the most permanent collections of museums around the world, including the British Museum, the MIH Museum in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, the National Palace Museum (Taiwan), the Forbidden City Museum (China), the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva, and many, many more.