The Cocktail collection first appeared in the 1940s. For the first time, women were discovering a spellbinding kaleidoscopic form through the subtle interplay of the seconds and minutes discs.
In 2015, the Cocktail collection is making a reappearance with a worthy successor to the original. Every woman will recognise the fundamental features behind the success of the initial collection. The timepiece is available in four finishes: white, pink, red or purple, to suit all tastes. It comes in a new 35 mm-diameter case, PVD pink gold and yellow gold finishes.
The watch is driven by an automatic movement, beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, while enjoying a 38-hour power reserve.
Click on the image at the top of the page to see the full Ernest Borel Cocktail collection.