Throughout the ages, artists are deeply impressed by the beauty of flowers. Regardless of whether it is a solitary show or a beautiful flower cluster, the magnificent petals exude a feminine atmosphere everywhere. The watchmaking masters used a pair of beautiful eyes and infinite creativity to fuse floral elements into the design of the watch. With the exquisite craftsmanship, the fragrant flowers were brought to life and reproduced the beautiful moments when the flowers were in full bloom.
Pocket watch born in 1810, made of gold, line-engraved case, silver machine-engraved dial, line-engraved and intaglio floral pattern
Pocket watch born in 1815, made of gold, carved with floral motifs and inlaid with garnet. Machine-engraved eccentric dial with Roman numerals.
A pocket watch born in 1816, made of yellow gold with a flower-patterned case and turquoise and garnet inlaid decals. Machine-engraved dial with Roman numerals.
A pocket watch born in 1817, made of gold, carved with a floral pattern on the case, and inlaid with garnet. Machine-engraved dial with Roman numerals.
A pocket watch born in 1825, made of gold. Machine-engraved gold dial with floral relief pattern on the center and dial outer ring.
Pocket watch born in 1829, silver, flower pattern black gold inlaid case, linear engraving. The machine-engraved dial is adorned with 12 Roman numerals.
Pocket watch born in 1831, made of 18K yellow gold, filled with enamel case, silver dial with Roman numerals.
Pocket watch born in 1839, made of gold, machine-engraved case, oblique curve etching and enamel filling. Enameled dial with Roman numerals.