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Since 1881: Movado

Movado started as LAI Ditesheim & Freres SA, since Achille Diteshem founded the company back in 1881. Later on, they’ve renamed the company into Movado, which means ‘always in motion’ in Esperanto. In 1905, this really helped the company moving forward in the luxury watch market, separating them from the rest.

Design and elements

When it comes to the design at Movado, it really is basic, simple and clean. They’re known for their minimalistic design, which is also the philosophy of the Movado Museum Watch, created in 1947 by the American designer Nathan George Horwitt. The watch features a black dial and a single gold dot at the 12 o’clock position, symbolizing the sun at high noon. 

The Museum Watch was the first watch dial to be inducted into the Museum of Modern Art in New York. To be honest, if you ever have the chance to see the black dial with that golden dot: it looks stunning!

The Movado catalog

We’ve already mentioned the Movado Museum Watch, but there’s more to be found within the Movado catalog. The Museum Classic still features the minimalistic design and the iconic single dot dial, but has a more modern look and feel to it. You can also opt for the Movado Bold: vibrant colors, modern materials and produced for the younger audience. The 1881 is a heritage edition, with a classic design but it features automatic movements. Surprisingly, these Movado watches can be found for around €1.000 pre-owned up to €8.000 vintage. 

Depending on the state, that’s for sure. Some watches are extremely rare and highly sought-after, making it almost impossible to get your hands on. For instance, a Movado Sub-Sea M95 Panda, a diver’s chronograph which is super rare. If you’re lucky enough to find one, you probably need to spend around €7.000 or more to call it your own.

Other cool pieces

There are some other cool pieces in the Movado catalog, such as the Triple Calendar Ermeto, which is a desk-watch. Something different compared to a pocket watch or wrist watch, but this one is really cool: it features a triple date, moon-phase and you can put it on your desk (or nightstand). It will set you back around €2.000 in a well-maintained state, but this is really worth it! 

If you’re into triple dates, moonphases etcetera, you need to dive into the vintage Movado world: there’s plenty to choose from with a triple calendar function, with or without a moonphase and it looks extremely cool on your wrist. Promised! 

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