The Excalibur Twofold is a perfect illustration of Roger Dubuis' know-how that shines even brighter in the dark. This new watch features three world-firsts.
The relationship between man and watch is as nuanced as the one between man and dog. Introducing man's new best friend, Horological Machine N°10 ‘Bulldog’.
The movement-maker is an exhibitor at EPHJ in Geneva. One of the products on show will be the Seed VMF 5440 calibre – an extra-thin (3.40 mm) automatic flying tourbillon movement with micro-rotor.
It seems there is always someone doing their level best to pit Baselworld and SIHH one against the other. As though these two fine initiatives were opposites that could never attract... when for the past 28 years they have coexisted on perfectly good terms, each having "just about" found its market and its audience. And it's this "just about" that should be occupying our thoughts.
The Parisian firm supplied the film with jewellery, including a necklace inspired by the one Jacques Cartier imagined in 1931 for the Maharajah of Nawanagar. Scenes for the film were shot on location at the Cartier Mansion on 52nd Street, NYC.
Tapping into the ever-present vintagemania, Glashütte Original presents the Sixties and the Sixties Date Panorama, both with gradient green dials.