Busy with the final details for the Antiquorum sale that took place on November 12 in Geneva, Romain Réa found time to talk about his passion for watches, at his store on Rue du Bac in Paris.
As October reached an end, there was a buzz in the air in New York. Was it pre-Hallowe'en excitement? The mildness of the Indian summer? Or the sale of Paul Newman's actual Rolex Daytona, the ultimate grail watch? What do you think?
The apogee of the 'plain' chronograph in terms legibility and functionality was reached with the inexplicably rare central minute complication in the early 1970s. The big question among watch lovers and connoisseurs is why the big players no longer produce such marvels…
What do Breguet, Versailles, Queen Marie-Antoinette and Japan have in common? A major retrospective edition to be held from October 25th to February 27th 2017 at the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Tokyo. Here, we take a look back at the exceptional bond that links Breguet to the last queen of France.
From its sporting beginnings, the Reverso has brought its unmistakable identity to multiple styles and genres. It is an object of genius which brilliantly fulfilled its original brief, and has produced a host of equally brilliant interpretations… which its inventors were doubtless far from imagining, eighty-five years ago.
Before the introduction of electronics and GPS, an accurate mechanical watch was a very important piece of military equipment. The Lemania Two-Pusher Royal Navy Chronograph is a case study in minimalism.
Rolex surprised everyone at Baselworld 2016 when it reintroduced the Air-King, a model it had dropped from its collection two years earlier. The revamped Air-King's aviation backstory featured extensively in its launch, giving an example of a new trend in the industry.
Collectors vied for the Montre Ecole (school watch) from the Naissance d’une Montre project, that was sold at auction by Christie’s in Hong Kong. The hammer came down at over triple the low estimate.