Baselworld 2019: Frédérique Constant presents two new 'Art Déco' watches

With just over a month to go until the Baselworld watch fair kicks off in the Swiss city of Basel, March 21-26, Frédérique Constant has unveiled two new "Art Déco" women's timepieces boasting a subtle and refined design. 
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Frédérique Constant will be bringing a taste of the Roaring Twenties to the Baselworld watch fair with two new retro-chic models to add to its "Art Déco" collection. The two new models respect the watchmaker's "accessible luxury" concept, with prices starting from €1,150.

These two new versions stand out with their oval case -- featuring a fluted caseband -- finished in polished stainless steel or in two-tone rose-gold-plated polished stainless steel.

For a feminine and highly elegant touch, the white or blue mother-of-pearl dial -- depending on the model -- features a Guilloché decoration bordered by minute markers.

The indices alternate diamonds and Roman numerals, with silver or black applied numerals or applied rose-gold-plated numerals, depending on the model.

The watches use the FC-200 Swiss quartz caliber movement with hours and minutes functions. Both are water-resistant to 30 meters.

The steel "Art Déco" watch is priced €1,150 while the two-tone model retails for €1,350.

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