This lovely Moongarden model from the Bohème collection by Montblanc is more than just a pretty face. The 36mm rose gold case twinkles with 78 diamonds on the bezel, and provides a luxurious frame for the elegant dial with its guilloché centre and legible numerals. Ostensibly a Moon phase watch with the traditional aperture at 6 o’clock to show the waxing and waning of the Earth’s satellite, this watch comes with a novel - and useful - feature. Flowing between 8 and 2 o’clock, a crescent-shaped aperture reveals the 12 changing names of the full Moon. Originally invented by tribes to track the seasons, January is called the Ice Moon, and Snow, the month shown in the picture, indicates February. An original poetic touch, the 12 names actually double up as a monthly calendar while the date is indicated with the red-tipped hand crowned by a tiny crescent Moon.