Baume & Mercier Shows New Collections at COUTURE
Baume & Mercier arrives at COUTURE Las Vegas, the most exclusive and intimate destination for the luxury jewellery and timepiece market, held annually at the luxurious Wynn Resort. The brand presents the Clifton Club Indian timepieces and the newly launched Clifton Baumatic collection, which redefines performance standards and offers an enhanced user-experience thanks to cutting-edge technologies. Until 4 June.Add to Calendar
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