Art Deco is the style that swept through the most fashionable circles in the 1920s and 1930s. The name is derived from the title of the Paris exhibition of 1925, the ‘Exposition des Arts Décoratifs’.
The look was luxurious and opulent, with rounded curves and corners, inside and out, based on geometric shapes such as the tonneau. The Frédérique Constant Art Deco collection of tonneau-shaped wristwatches is a modern yet classic and timeless interpretation of the Art Deco style of the 1920s. The tonneau-shaped models are available with either mechanical automatic or quartz movements.
The slim, ergonomically rounded cases offer a very snug and The slim, ergonomically rounded cases offer a very snug and comfortable fit. The dial is protected by a curved sapphire crystal which is clean and uncluttered and lends itself to a perfect legibility.
The gents quartz chronograph, also available with a stainless steel bracelet, forms a handsome addition to this classic collection.
The ladies Art Deco models, with striking black and white mother-of-pearl dials, exude great elegance and lots of femininity.