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“INSPIRED BY CLASSICAL AND SOPHISTICATED MONUMENTS. WITH THEIR DETAILS AND HARMONIOUS SHAPES”
1976 Mido launched its first Baroncelli model 40 years or so ago. Mido presented a new collection which perpetuates the spirit of the line. The line consists of purely classical interpretation, inspired by the sublime and timeless aesthetic of stringed instruments. Today, we take a look at the Mido Baroncelli Heritage Lady Rose Gold Ref. M027.207.36.260.00. The Baroncelli Heritage launched in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the product line with Mido, and it's a very straightforward piece of watchmaking.
|Mido Baroncelli Heritage Lady Rose Gold Ref. M027.207.36.260.00
The Baroncelli Heritage Lady Rose Gold design elements have been influenced by the architecture of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, Italy from 1877, since then, it has been a landmark and is one of the world's oldest shopping malls. The Baroncelli Heritage reflects this elegance and grandeur of the 19th-century architecture that the VItorrio Emanuele beholds.
Let's dive into the dimensions of this Mido, available in PVD rose gold treated case measuring at 33mm wide and 37.8mm from lugs to lugs, totally a perfect fitting and proportion even for the slimmest wrist of a lady. The Baroncelli Heritage nails best would be its thickness. At 7.15mm in height, keeping it ultra-thin and elegance for anyone to strap on and out for corporate meetings and dinner dates at your favorite restaurants. The case is sophisticated from the top; for an instant, the triple stepped thin bezel creates a certain depth and old-school dress watch look. And the slightly thick lugs allowing the Baroncelli Heritage Lady to feel sturdy with much versatility and then some. All these little details enhance the wrist presence and experience for the wearer thoroughly.
Grained texture dial w/ triple stepped bezel
Speaking on architecture influence, if anyone of you has been to the Vittorio Emanuele gallery, once knows the iron-and-glass roof plays an essential factor in the old-school cathedral charm of the 19th-century. If anyone of you disbelieve this, I strongly suggest heading there and spend some time may be at its open cafes and restaurants. Within minutes you will be enticed by the surrounding atmosphere where the filtered sunlight beams oh so mildly into the mall, creating a sort of elevated mood.
That same experience is adopted here when one glance underneath the flat sapphire crystal of the Baroncelli Heritage Lady Rose Gold. The dial has a warm off-white fine-grained finishing, while the hands are faceted with multi-finishes, sandblasted on one side and diamond-cut and polished on the other. To top things off, thin stick markers with thin stick markers and small matching dots at the minute intervals. The "Mido, Automatic" logo applied with its signature "Baroncelli" cursive fonts on the dial and to finish the beauty off with its seconds hand done with contrasting blue. Dress watch kind of watchmaking gets pretty hard done as there are only a few elements to play within, but Mido nails the date window perfectly on the dial without throwing off balance.
|Mido 1192 caliber based on the ETA 2892A2|
Opened caseback to view the automatic caliber
Ladies' mechanical watches in the current watch trend are booming, leaning lesser towards just decorative fashionable quartz wristlets that tell times, and they are more than a niche market. They are more insightful towards the timepieces they choose, while not towards the masculinity side of Men's timepieces but picking one up tastefully. And this Mido Baroncelli Heritage Lady Rose Gold Ref. M027.207.36.260.00 fits so well with their criteria. Everything on it has been piece together beautifully in both the design and how its executed — looking both elegant and reliable, with its heritage of making many artisanal, decorative ladies mechanical since the early days. Ladies can now be a very satisfying watch to wear the Baroncelli Heritage every day while still able to admire what ticks inside it now and then.
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