It may be small, but the Baroncelli Lady Twenty Five knows how to be the centre of attention, in deep blue with captivating diamonds. Its delicate 25 mm-diameter steel case provides the backdrop to a midnight blue dial, illuminated by 12 diamonds, lending the piece a jewel-like lustre. The strap is also steel, and makes this new Baroncelli perfect for any occasion, with its discreet and effortlessly beautiful form. Timelessly chic, this fine timepiece refuses to be confined by trends, and is brought to life by a mechanical feat of technology. The Calibre 48 has an autonomy of up to 48 hours and boasts a Nivachron™ balance-spring, guaranteeing enhanced accuracy, with sophisticated dauphine-style hands complemented by a central seconds hand and a date at 3 o’ clock. This tiny model exudes elegance to embrace the most delicate of wrists with ultimate femininity.
Its rounded architecture echoes the curves of musical notes: the Rennes Opera House stands out both for its rich programme of performances and for the harmony of its neoclassical construction. From the top of its façade, statues of the Muses of Antiquity symbolically watch over the arts. Emblematic of Mido‘s watchmaking expertise, the Baroncelli collection, created in 1976, celebrates the timeless beauty of this building.
Ever so subtle
The Mido Baroncelli Lady Twenty Five is effortlessly on trend, with delicate touches. The intense blue of its finely sunray satin-finished dial plays with the light. These deep shades are beautifully paired with the shimmer of the diamonds marking the hours. Elegant faceted dauphine-style hands and a diamond-cut flat central seconds hand hover over this sleek display, complemented by a date as practical as it is discreet, positioned at 3 o’ clock.
Everything is harmoniously incorporated inside the polished steel case, its 25mm in diameter presenting graceful and balanced lines. The sapphire watch glass has an antireflective treatment on both sides, enhancing this elegant display and its perfect readability. This timeless sophistication continues along the superbly comfortable metal strap.
Water-resistant up to 5 bars (50 m/165 feet), the Mido Baroncelli Lady Twenty Five matches its dynamic disposition to the rhythm of a mechanical core, visible through the transparent case back. In addition to its sophisticated finishes and oscillating weight embellished with Côtes de Genève and the Mido logo, the Calibre 48 offers a convenient power reserve of up to 48 hours and excellent accuracy thanks to the Nivachron™ balance-spring, protecting it from magnetic fields, shocks, wear and tear.
Finally, for those who like to vary their styles, Mido offers a Baroncelli Lady Twenty Five version in the rose-gold-coloured PVD casing, adorned with an elegant strap in semi-matt black leather.
Understated elegance: once the Baroncelli Lady Twenty Five lights up the wrist of the modern woman, she will never want to take it off.
Mido Baroncelli Lady Twenty Five Technical Specifications
Ref. M039.007.11.046.00 – 770,00 €
- Automatic Mido Caliber 48 (ETA C26.111 base),
- 7¾’’, Ø17.20 mm, height: 4.80 mm,
- 24 jewels,
- 28,800 vph, Nivachron™ balance-spring.
- Finely decorated Elaboré-grade movement, oscillating weight decorated with Geneva stripes and the Mido logo.
- Functions: HMSD. Adjusted in 3 different positions for high accuracy.
- Up to 48 hours of power reserve.
- Polished stainless steel,
- Ø25 mm,
- 3 pieces,
- sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective treatment on both sides,
- finely decorated Elaboré-grade movement visible through the transparent case back,
- engraved serial number,
- water-resistant up to a pressure of 5 bar (50 m/165 ft).
- Blue sunray satin-finished. Date aperture at 3 o’clock 12 diamonds.
- Faceted dauphine-style hour and minute hands. Flat diamond-cut central seconds hand.
- Polished stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp.
Georges Schaeren chose to found Mido on 11 November 1918, on the same day as the Armistice. Since this symbolic date, Mido has continued to look towards the future with confidence, sustained by the visionary strength of its founder. In 2018, the brand celebrated its 100th anniversary by continuing along the path set out by Georges Schaeren and the values that have been an essential part of Mido’s DNA for a century: timeless design, quality materials and technical innovation.
Today, Mido is based in the town of Le Locle in the heart of the Swiss Jura mountains. The name Mido comes from the Spanish “Yo mido”, meaning “I measure”.
Since its inception, Mido’s philosophy has combined innovation, aesthetics and functionality. The brand shares these essential values with some iconic architectural glories from which it draws inspiration for its collections. Cutting‑edge technology, automatic movements renowned for their excellence and high-quality materials are the three pillars on which Mido’s unique expertise rests. In addition, the refined, understated designs of Mido timepieces endow them with a resolutely timeless quality. Beyond fashion and passing trends, Mido watches are thus distinguished by their durability.
For a century, Mido has been a global benchmark in Swiss-made mechanical watches.
Mido watches are available from 2,700 official retailers in 70 countries. The brand is part of the Swatch Group, the world leader in watchmaking.