Watchmaker Boucheron is out with first of its three women’s Bestiary Ronde Collection. And trust us when we say, every piece in their lines is as exquisite as the other. Every model comes in two options with the difference being in more or less decoration. Yep, you can see in the picture above how the decorative chameleon can be had all by itself as well as when partially hidden behind a foliage of precious stones.
Running on a GP 4000 automatic movement, the watches shown above have been designed by Girard Perregaux. And his creativity has kept the traditional seconds hand away and replaced it with a revolving disc. If you look close, there is a small fly that moves around each minute just managing to escape the traps of the chameleon’s sticky tongue.
The watch frame has been crafted in gray gold with a width of 42 mm. We like the splash of colors in the form of the sparkling precious stones of various kinds in the timpiece. Agreed that the collection does look a bit whimsical, even Boucheron calls the seconds disc a bit crazy. However, we still stand by what we said. The watch is exquisite in its quirkyness and will go well with a woman who isn’t afraid of experimenting.