Watch of the Week: Bovet Amadeo Fleurier 43 Virtuoso VII

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When versatility equates to the ultimate luxury, choose a timepiece that can be worn and displayed six different ways.

There are so many features that make the Bovet Amadeo Fleurier 43 Virtuoso VII watch special. Let’s begin with the fact that it is one of the most versatile timepieces on the market, thanks to the ability to triple as pocket watch, table clock, and wristwatch (like all Bovet pieces featuring Amadeo Fleurier cases). Add to that the fact that the timepiece has two sides, each with its own distinct dial design, and you have six ways to display this ingenious beauty. Every component of the skeletonized 489-part movement is hand-finished and offers functions like a retrograde perpetual calendar that provides the day, date, month, and leap-year cycle, and won’t need adjustments for 400 years. The watch is crafted in 18-karat gold and offered with or without diamonds. From $72,500; bovet.com.