The Ateliers de Monaco La Sirene watch is inspired by Princess Charlene
The royal wedlock between Prince Albert II of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock inspired Ateliers de Monaco La Sirene. The company is now celebrating its 5th anniversary of its manufacturing unit in Geneva. To celebrate the occasion, the company has revealed details of three unique timepieces. The specialty this time is the women collection launched by the company for the first time. Few years ago, Princess Charlene Wittstock’s visited DeMonaco Workshops at the inauguration and asked lightheartedly for their women collection. That is when they got an inspiration of launching a ladies watch collection. The watch has been named as DeMonaco La Sirène and is a perfect piece for a woman who relishes luxury. The dial is inspired by the design of South Africa’s national flower King Protea as South Africa happens to be the birth place of Charlene. Moreover, this flower symbolizes to survive in the adverse conditions. Set inside a 39mm 18-carat white gold case the watch features a Swiss automatic movement that uses “Silicium escapement and an engraved rotor”. The watch is priced at € 80,000 ($114,500).