The timeless range of SAINT HONORE
Since 1885, the SAINT HONORE watchmaking company has been challenging codes to offer elegant watches that last over time. Today, SAINT HONORE has decided to showcase his creations through refined Parisians.
Opera collection: floral elegance
In 2017, SAINT HONORE brought a breath of spring to its famous Opera watch. With a subtle burst of floral splendour, Opéra strengthens its power of seduction in a collection which exudes all its natural glamour...
« With floral inspiration, the watch’s intriguing harmonious composition plays on the contrasts between lightness and design. »
The finely crafted openwork satin dial reveals silvery petals set with eight diamond hour-markers. The distinctive opening for the date and the openwork hands enhance the delicate yet graphic character of the watch. The stylish round box adds to its softness, and is highlighted with a black onyx on the crown.
With its particularly intelligent interchangeable bracelet design, your Opéra watch can take on a new look to suit your mood, from a wide range of materials and colours.
The Opera watch also blossoms with another more understated version decorated with eight raised “cabochon” hour-markers.
Create surprise while remaining faithful to the Parisian spirit of the brand: such was the challenge for SAINT HONORE in the design of this new extremely feminine Lutecia watch.
The watch’s evocative name, a tip of the hat to the name once given the city of Paris, resonates like a symphony celebrating an elegant woman. Its meticulous structure echoes the idea of refinement down to the finest detail.
To mark the event, the round 35 mm case combines a subtle blend of materials with the “EclairTM” effect on the bezel and the black onyx cabochon set on the crown.
The watch also takes on a whole new look, with a new metal strap featuring curved links that seamlessly extend the shape of the box and offer unparalleled comfort.
This jewel of a timepiece is both seductive and dominant; Lutecia charms her owner, reminding her of the most valuable appointments in a woma n’s life.
Photo credits: Mélanie Doh et Henri Buffetaut
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