BRONZE AND BEAUTIFUL. Montblanc follows the trend by releasing three new bronze watches
Montblanc has long been associated with fine pens and leather goods. But not many people know that back in 2006, the German brand acquired watch manufacturer Minerva and their incredible watchmaking know-how which dates all the way back to 1858. That particular year is now being reiterated in a number of Montblanc’s fine timepieces, including three new bronze watches, among which is the 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition pictured here. The 44mm bronze case is paired with a bronze-colored titanium case-back, a beautiful champagne-toned dial and cognac-hued alligator strap. For their first entry in the world bronze watches, Montblanc has surely made all the right moves.