The devil is in the detail when it comes to the Tissot Bella Ora, where intricate design ticks lead to a smart and sophisticated result. The luxurious design uses curved glass, a concave bezel and a cabochon crown to create a smooth silhouette, while the polished bevel on the horns and the roman indexes add a grown-up and glamorous edge. Other touches, like the jewellery bracelet and small second counter on the dial, up the elegance factor and add subtle decorative touches to what is a feminine, yet refined, watch.
At the beginning, Tissot was a network of independent workers who were highly specialized and made various watch parts.
Tissot won the coveted Grand Prix prize in Paris in 1900, the same year that the city's second Olympic Games were held. At the same time, Tissot began the long tradition of working with his ambassadors, wearing one of his wristwatches by legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt, considered to be the most successful stage actress of her time.
The high quality of the brand is repeatedly recognized in the sports world. In his illustrious past, Tissot has been named official timekeeper and partner of the NBA, FIBA, CBA, MotoGP, FIM World Superbike, AFL, RBS 6 Nations Rugby and the World Cycling, Fencing and Ice Hockey Championships.
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