Reference 168570-3001 has a titanium case and a stainless steel case back and bezel. It is powered by a ETA Valgranges chronograph movement and fitted with a racing-style leather strap. Both dial and strap feature bold yellow accents
Ref. L2.2220.127.116.11 has a stainless steel case and matching bracelet. This watch features a black dial.
Reference W7100054 has a stainless steel case and a pink gold bezel with ADLC-coated inlay, and it is fitted with a matching bracelet. The dial is black.
Pavonina ? from the Latin for peacock, pavoninus, evokes luminous bursts of colour and glittering beauty. The new models in the Pavonina collection from German watchmaker Glashutte Original are filled with light and rare beauty, mirroring the faceted diversity of women today.
The design spectrum ranges from simple elegance to extraordinary opulence. In homage to the female gender, the collection is diverse and lively, full of strength and femininity at once.
The eye-catching form of the Pavonina collection case dates back to the 1920s, when the distinctive ?cushion? shape was widely used with wristwatches, which had become very fashionable.
Glashutte Original?s designers reworked the form slightly, adapting it to suit the contemporary woman and integrating flexible lugs in the case. The Saxon watchmaker has applied for a patent for this solution, which allows a perfectly snug fit between the watch and the wrist of the woman wearing it.
Rich in fascinating detail, the dials are crafted in an elaborate, sophisticated process by the company?s own dial manufactory. From minimalist elegance to delicate, shimmering mother of pearl and glamorous motifs set out in diamonds, they reflect the brilliant, facetted diversity of women.