Swiss luxury watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen had invited its guests to decode the beauty of time at the Da Vinci watch exhibition located at the Atrium of Siam Paragon in Bangkok, Thailand, from June 6 to 18 June, 2017. The Da Vinci watch exhibition showcased an exceptional selection of historical Watches from the manufacturer’s archive takes pride of place at the exhibition, alongside the latest novelties of the 2017 Da Vinci collection.

The new collection under the Da Vinci watch family, sees a modern interpretation of the iconic Da Vinci design from the 1980s, and the re- establishment of its long-standing tradition of creating ladies watches.

In keeping with the inventive tradition of the Da Vinci, the launch of the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph and Da Vinci Tourbillon Retrograde embodies IWC’s very own manufacturing expertise.

The highlight of the exhibition was an exceptional selection of historical timepieces brought to the region from IWC’s archives, include – the Savonnette Lady’s pocket watch from 1914, the Lady’s wristwatch from 1967, the Lady’s wristwatch, 1976, the Da Vinci Line from 1979, the Da Vinci – Lady Chronograph from 1995, the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Prototype from 1999, the Da Vinci SL- Automatic Prototype from 1998, the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Rattrapante from 2003 and the Da Vinci Chronograph Edition Laureus Sport for Good Foundation Prototype from 2008.

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