The watch brand Mido was founded in 1918 by the Swiss watchmaker Georges Schaeren and still bore the name G. Schaeren & Cie. In 1924 his brother Henri joined the company. The name Mido comes from the Spanish" Yo mido", which means "I measure". Today the company has its headquarters in Le Locle, in the Swiss Jura. Mido watches are sold by 2,400 official dealers in 50 countries. The brand belongs to the Swatch Group, world leader in the watch industry.
Mido's Baroncelli collection is a classic elegance. These models were inspired by the architecture of the Rennes Opera House. It is characterized by its architectural curves and its lavishly curved lines are particularly noteworthy. The Baroncelli collection from Mido skilfully takes up these features and uses this timelessly elegant design in a horological way. The models often have a fine, structured dial with a sparkling but non-spreading diamond trim. A Swiss automatic movement ensures the necessary precision and offers excellent timekeeping at the highest level for both women's and men's watches. They are a real eye-catcher, especially on the female wrist, where they are shown off to their best advantage.
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