The Movado Museum Watch

By | September 11, 2019

It captivated the world with its sleek simplicity – a single gold dot floating on a black numberless face at 12 o’clock position. The single dot symbolises infinity and perpetual movement, a notion of the ancient sundial and the need to see time go round in orbit.

Created by Nathan George Howitt in 1947, the Movado Museum Watch is not only a pure expression of the Bauhaus concept of designing, but also the only watch to be on permanent display at the New York Museum of Modern Art, since the 1950s.

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