Movado Museum Classic
Movado Museum Classic women’s watch with quartz movement. The case and the Milanese bracelet are made of steel with black PVD finish. The brand’s iconic dial is dressed in the signature Museum black and displays the famous zenith point, as well as two yellow gold PVD hands.
Movado watches, which combine innovative design and excellent technique, are renowned for their elegance and precision.
A minimalist design of great class, where only the golden hands and zenith point proudly contradict the deep black of the dial, case and bracelet. Elegant, even dressy, this watch is intended for the most precious of wrists, illustrating the versatility of a style that transcends fashions and generations.
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Movado Museum Classic Black
This Movado Museum Classic Black woman's watch is Swiss made
Refined and yet minimalist design
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment
Black PVD steel case and Milanese bracelet, fitted with a safety folding clasp
Always on the move - this is the philosophy expressed by the word "Movado" in Esperanto
Founded in 1881, the Movado watch brand captivates with its elegance and extreme precision. Movado has filed over 100 patents and won over 200 international awards for its craftsmanship and innovative designs, including the original aesthetics of its iconic "Museum Watch"
In 1947, a designer by the name of Nathan George Horwitt , invented a watch with a mysterious dial. the creator claimed to be from the Bauhaus school, a movement founded in the 1920s in Germany
The big idea of the Bauhaus was to no longer make a distinction between the fine arts and the applied arts: To create objects that were aesthetic, functional and innovative at the same time, so that art could enter everyday life.
The dial was monochrome and completely devoid of any graduation. There was therefore on this watch neither index, nor numerals, nor any markers other than a simple golden dot placed at noon. This "sun" combined with the position of the hands was sufficient to indicate the time, like a sundial. In 1959, the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) decided to acquire a copy for its permanent exhibition.
Dressed but discreet, Movado watches are aimed at collectors looking for a timepiece that is authentically simple but uncompromising in style.
A true icon of modern art, this "Full Black" version with yellow gold accents is sure to appeal to women who appreciate a minimalist, luxurious and discreet design.