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Bau·mé

(bō-mā'),
Antoine, French chemist and pharmacist, 1728-1804. See: Baumé scale.
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Working closely with the watchmaker's creative team at headquarters, under design director Alexandre Peraldi, the three designers created exclusive straps for Baume & Mercier's Classima collection, inspired by fashion, women and the brand's DNA.
We are very proud to partner with Shelby to celebrate this special moment in the legendary automobile manufacturer's history," said Alain Zimmermann CEO of Baume & Mercier.
Baume& Co remained a family run company until 1920 when watchmaker William Baume, grandson of the founder, formed an alliance with jeweller Paul Mercier.
Buy it: At the Baume & Mercier boutique in The Dubai Mall and at Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons.
THEN AND NOW: Young Annie, left, and with care home staff Matthew Newton and Sharon Croker HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Annie Baume at her 100th birthday celebration, right and at the Taj Mahal, left Main picture
Baume Capillaire is said to offset the problematic characteristics of brittle, damaged hair.
The Baume & Mercier & Me charity campaign first launched in 2005 was one of the first of its kind.
The Greek letter Phi, the Baume & Mercier signature, appears on the crown and at noon, like the golden ratio standing for equilibrium and for aesthetic elegance based on "divine proportions" that remain the brand's cardinal values.
MSC Cruises is partnering with Baume & Mercier, the sixth-oldest worldwide Swiss watch brand.
The Baume test can be used on the coatings at each work station as part of a control program, but utilizing the test alone may not provide sufficient information to fully control coating parameters.
Jonathan Baume, the general secretary of the First Division Association, said 10 Downing Street was seen as a "blockage" by Whitehall mandarins because of the difficulty of getting a clear decision from the Prime Minister.