The prestigious Swiss watchmaker opened in Baku a new point of sale in the multi-brand watch boutique Glampire Time Pieces.
The opening event invited over 40 watchmaking enthusiasts to discover the boutique and to assist to a private demonstration of miniature painting given by the brand’s master painter. For the occasion, the artist hand-painted the dial of the unique timepiece Petite Heure Minute Maiden Tower, a 12th-Century monument in the old city of Baku, one of the most distinctive national emblems of Azerbaijan.
Glampire boutique offers an immersion into the universe of Jaquet Droz and invites client to discover the iconic collections as the Grande Seconde, the Ateliers d’Art or the Automata.
The elegant interior turns an ordinary visit to a watch shop in an exciting and exquisite adventure. Here true connoisseurs of watchmaking can find the most exclusive and unique creations of the best Swiss watchmakers.
“Some watches tell time. Some tell a story”
The brand is shining the spotlight on its Ateliers d’Art by featuring four variations of its Petite Heure Minute watch that celebrate the sign of the Rat. This animal thus marks the start of a new cycle in the Chinese calendar.
In November 2019, Jaquet Droz has specially invited guests to participate in tours where they have been able to experience microscopically painted ‘art workshops’ and have personally been able to design their own, unique watch faces under the guidance of a Swiss expert in the microscopic painting of enamel.
Jaquet Droz and Johnson Watch Company invited around 50 VIP guests to a special cocktail in New Delhi, India.
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