A pair of customised his and hers Rolls-royce Boat Tail timepieces by Bovet 1822 were on display for the first time in Singapore recently. The marque debuted a unique coach-built Boat Tail commission that integrated Bovet’s bespoke timepieces into the dashboard by way of a never-done-before mounting system that required years of research and testing. Both models sport a front dial with handapplied Caleidolegno wood marquetry using the same wood from the Boat Tail, while a hand-sculpted and engraved gold statue of the Rolls-royce Spirit of Ecstasy features prominently on the tourbillon bridge. The dials are even more personalised on the reverse side. The masculine timepiece flaunts an aventurine dial with the owner’s sky chart overlaid on top. The feminine timepiece is adorned with a miniature painting of a flower bouquet on a mother-of-pearl dial. On the reverse, both dials bear custom hand-engraved sculptures of the Boat Tail, lacquered to match the colour of the car and adorned with miniature painting for the details such as the wheels, mirrors and more. As a finishing touch for this side of the dial, the name of each owner’s other half is engraved onto the tourbillon bridge.