DeWitt is one of the only two watch brands invited at the week-long Biennale de Paris, Le Salon des Antiquaires, held in the French capital’s Grand Palais beginning September 11. The Art lovers from all over the world will discover the brand’s universe and timepieces during the event. Indeed the brand bearing the logo of the Emperor Napoleon 1st will draw all those who are passionate for beautiful objects.
On the occasion of the Biennale de Paris, the High Horology Manufacture DeWitt exhibits its timepieces on a very unique and special booth designed by famous French artist Daniel Hourde. His latest artwork consisted in exhibiting 22 statues on the Pont des Arts in Paris on May and June 2016. This talented artist collaborated on the project of a new booth for DeWitt. The booth is an all-golden 50 square meters space adorned with imperial bees carved on mirrors and Ws standing for DeWitt, through which the visitors can admire the famous glass roof of the prestigious Grand Palais.