The History Of Ebel

2009: Women's Ebel Classic Automatic

This feminine version of EBEL’s iconic Classic line blended the warmth of red gold with the mechanical sophistication of an automatic movement. Designed by the Architects of Time who adopted for the occasion a sculptor’s touch with matter, the EBEL Classic retained all its distinctive characteristics such as the monohull case conception and its satin-smooth pebble-like touch free of any sharp edges. The dainty 27.30 mm case in brushed stainless steel and red gold, distinguished by sensual curves and a subtly geometrical motif, framed a matte white or white mother-of-pearl dial surrounded by a red gold bezel and teamed with the iconic two-tone wave bracelet that gleamed more brightly than ever in this version. Powered by a reliable automatic movement, it offered eloquent proof that women also deserve to enjoy the best of mechanical watchmaking.