One of the highlights of the latest Swiss-made timepieces is the introduction of the first chronograph movement manufactured by Mouawad Genève. This was seen in the Grande Ellipse Chrono Mono-Pusher and the Grande Ellipse Chrono Mono-Pusher Tourbillon, both of which are for men. Another innovation to make its debut was the distinguished Grande Ellipse Réveil featuring a mechanical alarm function. Describing the timepieces, Co-guardian Alain Mouawad explained, “After introducing the renowned Mouawad Grande Ellipse and La Griffe in 2013, it gives us immense pleasure to unveil the first chronograph movement developed and manufactured by Mouawad, in addition to other sophisticated and unique watches featuring extremely interesting complications.” Lady watch connoisseurs were not forgotten, and the new La Grande Ellipse Lady and La Bijou Divine collections were also revealed to garner admiration.
Also showcased were Mouawad’s magnificent high jewellery and exquisite masterpieces. With a dazzling array from classic to contemporary styles on offer, these exceptional pieces featured some of the finest diamonds and colored gemstones, as is only to be expected of Mouawad, which has the prestigious De Beers DTC Sightholder qualification through its joint venture company, Premier Diamond Alliance. “Our high jewellery and masterpieces are unique creations that embody Mouawad’s art of bringing the most beautiful stones to life through a heritage of craftsmanship that dates back more than a century. These poetic creations of unique diamonds and rare gems further emphasize the rich Mouawad heritage, and we were delighted to make some of them available for viewing,” said Fred Mouawad.