Emile Chouriet ODYSSEE Women's Watch - 61-2149-l-e-2-25-6

Emile Chouriet ODYSSEE Women's Watch - 61-2149-l-e-2-25-6

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The Greek Homeric epic Odyssee compels people’s admiration for the hero’s perpetual quest for love. To pay a tribute to this magnum opus, Emile Chouriet introduces the Odyssee collection as a eulogy of eternal love. A small winged rectangle, the watch endows couples with the idea “of flying, wing to wing”.



Brand Emile Chouriet
Model Number 61.2149.L.E.2.25.6
Case Size 20.7x23.4 mm
Case Material Stainless Steel case with 50 diamonds
Bracelet Material Stainless Steel strap with folding clasp
Dial Colour White dial with Roman Index
Movement Type Quartz Movement EC1303
Date No
Chronograph No
Gender Ladies
Glass Sapphire crystal
Water Resistance Water-resistant to 30 m
Functions Hours, minutes and seconds


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This watch comes with a 24 month Manufacturer's Warranty. The warranty guruantees that it will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use from the date of purchase until expiration of the warranty.

Jean Depéry, founder of Emile Chouriet, comes from a long line of Master Watchmakers dating back to 1700. He was born in Geneva in 1949. He was initially destined to take over his father's notary's practice, but decided to follow his passion, studied microtechnology and became an engineer. He founded ‘Emile Chouriet', naming it after an eighteenth-century watchmaker. This name was a way for Jean Depéry to pay tribute to his ancestor, François Dagobert Depéry, supplier of watch components to Emile Couriet, whose history began in 1685. Like many master watchmakers, Emile Chouriet left France, fleeing religious persecution. He opened his workshop in Geneva and developed his watchmaking talent there. He specialised in the decoration of “onion” type pocket watches. This avant-garde watch was more accurate thanks to its very large balance wheel, and was greatly appreciated by the aristocracy and haute bourgeoisie. Chouriet soon earned fame for his delicate, elegant style and the meticulous detail of his decorations. He decorated the watches with enamel, to which he added guilloché, pearls and gold of various colours.

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