Boucheron’s Epure Tourbillon Ama watch is inspired by femininity, freedom and delicacy of fish

At the 2015 Basel World expo, Boucheron previewed its latest collection that has “I only count joyful hours” engraved on each of its watches. This expression, expressed by Frédéric Boucheron himself truly perfectly the watches’ new goal: marking good times rather than just noting the passage of time. Boucheron’s Epure collection, which first launched two years ago with gold strong-lined watches, has been added with six new exciting models; one of them is the new Epure Tourbillon ‘Ama Fish’ limited edition timepiece. This Epure creation from the House of Boucheron offers a fresh interpretation of the femininity, freedom and delicacy associated with fish.

In the Epure Tourbillon Ama watch, a jewel studded fish swims above the carriage of an impressive ‘flying tourbillon’, the heart of the timepiece. It is beautifully highlighted by blue mother-of-pearl on the dial. The head is set with diamonds and its tail has an openwork design, so that it appears to sway above the blue waves. The fish’s tail fins also set with pavé baguettes diamonds that have been worked at different heights to enhance the contours. The 43mm polished white gold case is set with round diamonds and a blue sapphire cabochon adorns the crown. There is no word on the pricing or the availability of the watch.

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