Modern Interpretation Of Art Deco Style Movado Esperanza Aisha Watch

Movado Esperanza® watches have been available since 1980, with a distinctive ‘Art Deco’ style, which became very popular when it was launched. The Esperanza watch uses an architecturally long, cutout vertical link bracelet design to win with a unique personality. At this year’s Basel Watch & Jewellery Show, Movado made four new Esperanza ladies’ watches made of pure stainless steel. It is a new interpretation of the Aisha series. The soft and smooth round case is matched with the simple museum dial and the iconic The bracelet is integrated into one piece, which is very modern.

   This new Aisha series gold watch is made of pure stainless steel and PVD gold-plated stainless steel. A polished gold bezel with a matte black museum dial is accented with a high-gloss bezel, gold dots and hands.

   28 mm round case with a thickness of only 5.70 mm. The new design reinterprets the original design of the hollowed-out vertical chain bracelet inspired by the Art Deco style. It adopts a more stylish hinged case with natural lines and comfortable fit. The new button-folding clasp makes the bracelet elegantly fit the wrist, making it easier to wear.

   Esperanza’s new museum dial is also decorated with Movado’s classic concave golden dots and tonal Crown Prince hands, and a raised, different textured outer ring, creating a visual effect of a double-layered dial with contrasting tones.

   Swiss quartz movement, ETA 901.001. Water-resistant to 3ATM / 30 meters.
   For more details, please pay attention to the live feature of the Basel Watch Fair: