Movado - La Nouvelle Watch
Achille Ditesheim was 19 years old when he founded Movado in 1881, in the village of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The young entrepreneur’s dream was to cultivate a watch brand that was bold, timeless and inspired. As Movado’s technical expertise grew, the company achieved its first milestone: the 1912 Polyplan. One of the most famous Movado watches, the 1912 Polyplan features a revolutionary, patented movement built on three planes to fit a curved, ergonomic case. What followed was a series of timepieces that would make the brand a household name, including the celebrated Movado Museum watch with its legendary single-dot dial, the first watch dial ever to be selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
|Case Material||18K Micron Gold|
|Case Size||34mm x 23mm|
|Functions||Hour, Minute, Second|
|Strap or Bracelet||Black Calfskin Strap|
|Water Resistance||30 meters (100 feet)|