Breguet adorns the dial of its Extra-Thin Self-Winding Tourbillon with a touch of deep blue, by using the traditional grand feu enamel technique. Today, Breguet keeps this art alive with a workshop entirely dedicated to enamelling.
Breitling is honoring this classic chronograph’s legacy with the AVI Ref. 765 1953 Re-Edition.
Unveiled at Dubai Watch Week, Urwerk presents a one-of-a-kind piece that reflects the city's countless riches. The UR-210 Dubai is entirely hand-engraved by Florian Güllert and captures the multiple facets of this megacity in its combination of extravagance and unique tradition.
These two new versions of the Breitling Chronoliner share the same timeless look. This aviation chronograph enables simultaneous reading of three time zones – ideal for the cockpit.
The autumn session revealed the inimical atmosphere behind the scenes of the Geneva sales: for the second time, two houses clashed dates, putting paid to a thirty-year-old gentleman's agreement and possibly creating grounds for the State of Geneva to review its taxation policy.
The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie confirms its partnership with Dubai Watch Week, held November 16th to 20th, with an exhibition on our perception of time, virtual reality experiences and contributions to the Horology Forum.
Carrying on its partnership with Alinghi Yacht Racing Team, HYT presents the H1 Alinghi. As high-tech and edgy as its siblings, this 20-piece limited edition puts stealth design and mechanical performance on the wrist.
“Heuer Parade: The Crosthwaite & Gavin Collection” realises CHF 1.4 million ($ 1.5 /€ 1.3). The Geneva Watch Auction: SIX realises CHF 22.5 million ($ 22.6/€ 19.4). With a combined total of CHF 23.9 million ($ 24.1/€ 20.6), Phillips get the highest result for any auction house this season in Geneva.