LVCEA has expanded the scope of its collection by a watch with aventurine trim, bearing the reminiscence to the House’s passion for precious stones. LVCEA round watch has a particularly nice touch of elegance. Its name comes from the word “light”. Possessing the new design, the watch looks brighter and lighter due to the openness of structures. Inheriting the LVCEA tradition, the novelty at the same time is guiding the collection into the future - due to a bold style decision it suggests the new laws of the genre.
Aventurine in the new model represents an "aventurine glass" - a synthetic crystal made of glass with the inclusion of copper, similar to natural stone. The story runs that in 1700 a glassblower from Murano happened to spill copper filings into the melted glass, and accidentally (in the Italian language it means per avventura) the new material turned out to appear, that was named aventurine.