Monday, February 26, 2024

Backes & Strauss Unveils Exquisite Limited Edition

Backes & Strauss proudly announces the release of its latest masterpiece – The Regent Theo Fennell Rainbow, a captivating wristwatch that effortlessly combines artistry, innovation, and British heritage. This extraordinary timepiece, created with the collaboration with the esteemed British jeweller Theo Fennell, embodies the spirit of elegance and sophistication, showcasing a unique design that pays homage to the iconic Regent Street in London.

Inspired by the allure of Regent Street, the watch features an elegant oval-shaped case, measuring 40×47 cm, perfectly blending classical aesthetics with contemporary sensibilities.

The piece unique is in Rose gold set with two rows of Ideal-cut round brilliant diamonds. And in addition, there are nine pieces in a stainless-steel case coated in black PVD. The focal point of this collection is the vibrant dial designed by Theo Fennell adorned with the enamelled Arabic numerals in a spectrum of colours inspired by the rainbow. At 12 o’clock the dial is graced with a signature Theo Fennell logo.

Levon Knadjian says: “We are delighted to collaborate with Theo on this exciting collection. I know my father has done several successful projects with Theo in the past and I am now happy to continue this enduring relationship between our two companies.”

“Some years ago, I became involved with Backes & Strauss through their diamond and jewellery business and the very start of their making magnificent watches so it seemed right that, with the move to Chelsea Barracks and our history we should make a watch together. The result is the Theo Fennell Rainbow,” – Theo Fennell.

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