Since its inception more than 125 years ago, Carl F. Bucherer has catered to women. While it is well-known for its complex mens’ watches, this brand has — time and again — released statement-making watches for the fairer sex.
Now, with the launch of its newest collection, Pathos, the brand sets even higher standards — offering a creative and alluring line that will definitely be turning heads. Utilizing a round case shape, Carl F. Bucherer meticulously designed a unique and intriguing open-worked side for seductive appeal. The open-worked design features flowing, feminine shapes that not only adorn the case sides, but also are also carried over into an inner decorative ring surrounding the dial. Additionally, the line deftly blends a white patterned dial with rose gold and stainless steel accents for ultimate texture and interplay of noble materials.
With diversity in mind, Carl F. Bucherer is releasing several different versions of the Pathos, including a two tone Diva model with an automatic caliber, CFB 1963, and sapphire caseback for viewing the meticulously finished movement. The Pathos Queen houses the automatic caliber 1969, and the Pathos Princess houses a quartz movement, the caliber CFB 1855. Each rendition is created with varying amounts of diamonds.
There is also a stunning diamond version and an intriguing high-jeweled model. Both of these pieces feature stunning art-deco motif dials, one partially set with diamonds and the other fully set with diamonds for enchanting majesty. The haute joaillerie piece is crafted n 18-karat white gold and set with 98 diamond baguettes and 254 diamond brilliants on the case, and 360 diamonds on the bracelet. The dial is set with a 100-baguette diamonds and 88 brilliants. In all this watch – created n a limited edition of 88 pieces — is set with 12 carats of diamonds.