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Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral 40.6 mm wristwatch, steel automatic with date round 3 atm dial: alligator strap with folding clasp, Ref.:00.10917.08.23.01, 00.10917.03.33.01.
A magnificent new product the Manero Peripheral, for example calls for no less magnificent a stage, for it unites everything that has always distinguished Carl F. Bucherer as a watch manufacturer: state-of-the-art engineering and classic watchmaking expertise. For this reason, it is the perfect setting for the debut of the CFB A2000, the company’s latest in-house caliber.
Carl F. Bucherer, Adamavi 39 mm wristwatch, steel automatic with date round water-resistant, steel bracelet, Ref.:00.10314.08.35.21.
Watchmaking skills, technical innovations and continuity are values that define Carl F. Bucherer. The Adamavi range is a collection that stands for the pleasure provided by timeless design and for a unique philosophy: the striving to preserve things of proven value. The principle of holding on to the proven values of the past is embodied in the classic appearance of the watches in the Adamavi family. The very name Adamavi stands for a feeling that these watches trigger in the wearer: translated from the Latin, Adamavi literally means ‘to come to love something’ or ‘to take pleasure in something’. Because all the models in the range are characterized by timeless simplicity and mechanical reliability, they are more than just timepieces. They are true companions whose visual appeal will outlast the short-lived trends of our present time, conferring an aura of reliability and continuity upon their owners.
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CARL F. BUCHERER HERITAGEFounded in 1888 Carl F. Bucherer believed that wrist watches would very soon replace the traditional pocket watches and so proved it's visionary and independent spirit.
Lucerne, Chapel Bridge.
The history and development of the Lucerne-based watch brand is closely linked to the person of Carl Friedrich Bucherer. A visionary who created timepieces that moved with the times, in the truest sense, always combining extravagance and aesthetic appeal in extraordinary ways. In 1888, Carl Friedrich Bucherer opened a jewelry and watch shop in Lucerne, and his name rapidly became a synonym for quality and originality. His two sons were destined from the cradle to follow him into the profession: one learned to become a watchmaker while the other trained as a goldsmith. Today, the combination of these two artistic skills is still reflected in the perfect form of watches, which are truly pieces of jewelry.