The second watch of the new Boucheron
Bestiary Ronde Second Folle collection is the Frog model, and it is even better than the Chameleon model in my opinion. Again you have two models - a more basic model and one with a pave diamond decoration and the frog's feet as well as a jeweled lily pad. Our friend the magenta amphibian is lackadaisical in demeanor with a silly yet satisfied look in his face. The complication of the seconds disc located as part of the frog's lower eye causes the pupil to spin as though the frog is constantly looking about. This is all part of the exclusive Girard Perregaux GP 4000 automatic movement made specially for Boucheron.
We don't know whether the frog is looking into the water and the sky is above him or vice versa with the frog looking into the sky from the water. Either way, the hand-done blue chalcedony over the white gold dial is a soft and artistic touch. The various colors of the frog and other elements combine diamonds, sapphires, and tsavorites. The watch case itself is 42mm wide in gray gold with a pink galuchat (stingray) strap.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review