A unique take on the brand’s HM 8 model, the version created for the prestigious auction was given its distinctive dash of creativity by ballerina Cassandra Legendre.
According to reports, Cassandra’s parents are friends of MB&F founder Max Büsser and was invited to lend a personal touch to the watch.
The 15-year-old’s doodle features a variety of childhood motifs including a robot, jet plane, toy car, jellyfish, ice cream cone, football, sunglasses, and a video game controller. Her detailed design has been engraved and metallized on the sapphire crystal cover of the engine.
Other notable features include a double screwed plate that has been turned into a smiley face, while a miniature white gold elephant is seen between the hour and minute prism.
The Only Watch auction takes place in Geneva on 11 November. The pre-sale estimate for the MB& piece is between $83,000 and 103,000.
MB&F was founded by Maximilian Büsser in Geneva, Switzerland in 2005.