Miss Audrey sweet art

  • Serpentine hands which create a heart shape
  • Bezel and the iconic bow are set with 103 round-cut diamonds
  • Self-winding movement & 42hours power reserve
  • 36-mm stainless steel case
  • Winner of the Ladies’ Watch Prize at the 2020 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève


The dial of a timepiece is its face, its window to the world, if you will. Whether you are attracted and intrigued or not is often linked to your impression of the dial first, followed by other details.

Over the course of watchmaking history, watch dials have been made of a number of different materials, all designed to stand out from the crowd. Precious metals, enamel, miniature painting, guilloche, engraving, mother-of-pearl, aventurine, skeleton – you name it and BOVET 1822, with almost 200 years of history, has probably used it for its dials.

The new Miss Audrey Sweet Art, however, uses a completely new material and a new process to create a dial that has never been seen before in watchmaking.

One made from pure sugar.

Technical Specifications

  • Miniature painting with black and blue gradient sugar crystals dial in a stainless steel case
  • Featuring BOVET heart-shaped serpentine hands
  • Strap: Full-grain alligator
  • Necklace: Pearl or rhodium-plated silver
  • Diameter: 36mm
  • Power reserve: 42 hours
  • Caliber: 11BA15
  • Movement type: Self-winding
  • Frequency: 28,800 v/h
  • Water resistance: 30 meters
  • Warranty: 5 Years
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