The name Movado marks a number of classic masterpieces in the history of watchmaking, the most notable of which is the Movado Museum®. This watch was designed by Bauhaus artist Nathan George Horwitt in 1947. No number is visible on the dial, and only a dot at 12 o’clock is a symbol of noon. The sun, no-digital dial in the history of watches and clocks is known as the most simple and pure design. In 1960, Howett’s dial was selected into the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, becoming the first dial to receive this award in history, and also derived the reputation of ‘Museum Collection Watch’. Today, Movado watches are widely known, and this legendary dial is a model of modernist design. As a registered trademark and award-winning design, the famous single-dot dial has evolved into a series of chic watches and has become the iconic design of Movado watches.
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