The women's watches from the Montblanc Bohème collection are stylish and have a number of useful functions. Haute horlogerie such as perpetual calendars and the patented ExoTourbillon is combined with original concepts, such as the moon name display.
- Montblanc Bohème Perpetual Calender Jewellery
- Women's watches with complications, such as a moon phase display and ExoTourbillon
- Cases in red or white gold set with diamonds
- Elegant models with delicate 27 mm diameters
Montblanc Bohème: for the Sophisticated Woman
At Montblanc, the name Bohème is a symbol of femininity. This is true of the collection's high-quality writing utensils as well as its eponymous luxury watches. In the past, complications were more often found in men's watches than in women's watches
. However, the interest in mechanical movements and technical innovations is also growing among women. Montblanc was glad to put this trend into practice in their Bohème collection and combine feminine elements with the highest level of watchmaking. The term "Bohème" was chosen consciously, as it stands for a self-confident and free lifestyle.
These watches exude elegance and simplicity, making them perfect to wear at formal events. The case is available in 18-karat red or white gold or robust stainless steel. For the dial, you can choose between a mother-of-pearl or one refined with a guilloché texture finish, Genevan stripes, or diamonds. The latter often also adorn the models' bezels or lugs. Arabic numerals are used to mark the hours. Complications such as the perpetual calendar
, moon phase, and day-night displays complement the watches and turn them into marvelous masterpieces with practical functions.
What does a Montblanc Bohème watch cost?
||Price starting at (ca.)
|Bohème ExoTourbillon Slim Jewellery, Ref. 114737
|Bohème Perpetual Calendar Jewellery Limited Edition, Ref. 116495
||Perpetual calendar with moon phase, date, day, month, and leap year displays
|Bohème Moongarden Bleue, Ref. 113826
||Moon phase display, month display with full moon names
|Bohème Date Automatic 28 mm, Ref. 116501
|Bohème Date Automatic 28 mm, Ref. 116498
|Bohème Date, Ref. 111207
Women's watches are often elaborately embellished with the focus being on their striking designs. The watches from the Bohème collection attract attention with their thoughtful appearance and win you over with their inner value. The entry point for this collection are classic stainless steel models with precise quartz movements and date displays, such as the Montblanc Bohème Date with the reference number 111207. You can find it starting at 1,400 euros. With its delicate 27 mm case, you can even pair it with elegant evening wear.
If you like the appearance of this variant but prefer an automatic caliber, the Bohème Date Automatic 28 mm with the reference number 116498 is right for you. In contrast to the previous model, this one uses a mix of diamonds and Arabic numerals to indicate the hours. Moreover, this mechanical watch
doesn't cost much more than its sister model at around 1,800 euros.
Within the Bohème collection, there are a few simpler models with date functions in various sizes and materials. An especially attractive variant is the reference number 116501 in red gold. Its mother-of-pearl dial is combined with a bezel fitted with diamonds. Black numerals offer a nice contrast. You can buy this automatic watch in mint condition for around 6,000 euros.
The Montblanc Bohème Moongarden is particularly innovative and is available in three styles. This luxury watch has a moon phase display at 6 o'clock and a month display at 12 o'clock. However, instead of showing the usual name of the month, it shows the name of the corresponding full moon. Full moons have been used by various cultures to determine the seasons and get their names from this function. Thus the Ice Moon describes the cold month of January while the Fruit Moon refers to the harvesting month of September. You will also find the twelve names on the back of the stainless steel or red gold case. The former comes with a blue or silver-colored dial. You can also choose whether you want diamonds on the bezel or dial and the color of the strap made of alligator leather. Plan to spend around 6,600 euros for the model Bohème Moongarden Bleue with the reference number 113826.
Haute Horlogerie with Perpetual Calendar or ExoTourbillon
The exclusive Montblanc Bohème Perpetual Calendar Jewellery Limited Edition
with the reference number 116495 is one of the collection's top models and limited to only 88 pieces. The automatic caliber MB 29.15 ticks inside these watches. It has a perpetual calendar with moon phase, date, month, day, and leap year displays. The blue dial is made of aventurine, a shimmering quartz, and fits well with the 60 sparkling diamonds on the bezel. Only the finest materials are used in producing these watches, including the 18-karat white gold case. They are worth about 16,000 euros, which is quite affordable when compared to other manufacturers. For example, a model from Jaeger-LeCoultre
with a perpetual calendar from the Rendez-Vous collection will cost you 29,000 euros.
If you're looking for a diamond watch with a tourbillon, you should look at the Montblanc Bohème ExoTourbillon Slim Jewellery
with the reference number 114737. There are 144 diamonds on the white-silver colored mother-of-pearl dial, with more placed on the crown, bezel, and clasp. The ExoTourbillon with a stop-seconds mechanism gives it its accuracy and is different from a conventional tourbillon
in that its balance wheel is located above and not inside the cage. This saves energy since the cage can be smaller. You can buy this watch in red gold with a manufacture movement for around 48,000 euros.