It is said that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This is true both for society and for the ensemble: each individual is an invaluable gear to the intricate machine that keeps the clockwork going, ever pushing us onward into the future. The belief in the importance of unity to the enterprise of the whole is the driving philosophy behind the Symphonia collection. Symphonia pocket watches borrow the distinct look of models from the Baroque range, but features a dial embossed with an iced guilloché motif in place of the usual opening. Representative of our roots, it features large Arabic numerals that appeared in Boegli’s first pocket watches. Available in Gold and Palladium finish.

“Different parts, different people harmonize to achieve a common goal; the orchestra is a microcosm of community. A wave of the baton staves off the chaos – cacophony ceases, the symphony starts.”

Symphonia Collection Melodies

Beethoven — Für Elise
Discovered only 40 years after Ludwig van Beethoven’s death, this Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor is one of the most famous piano solo pieces of all time. Composed as a dedication to a close friend of the composer, Für Elise is beloved for its poignancy, dreamyness and warmth.
Vivaldi — The Four Seasons
Composed in 1725, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi’s best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces in the classical music repertoire. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. It’s a true feast for music connoisseurs.
Mozart — The Magic Flute
One of the greatest operas ever written, Mozart’s timeless classic is the ode to the search for truth and reason, love and enlightenment. The opera premiered on September 30th, 1791 in Vienna, just two months before the composer’s untimely passing.


Destiny calls each of us to do fate’s bidding, and the world turns like a gear in the work of a master clocksmith.