Intimately bound up with Blancpain's identity, two emblematic red gold timepieces from the Villeret line - the Quantième Complet and the Ultraplate - are now available with blue dials.
In the wake of the First World War, Swiss watchmaking underwent a period of profound crisis, resulting in a State-led reorganisation of the sector. This rescue operation took the form of cartel agreements that remained in place until the 1960s. Part one: the 1920s and 1930s.
Man's best friend comes to life in delicately chiselled Grand Feu enamel on the dial of the newest timepiece from Ulysse Nardin. The Classico Dog celebrates Chinese New Year 2018 by proudly showing off our most loyal companion.
With its Endeavour Tourbillon Concept, H. Moser & Cie brings out the technical and aesthetic essence of the mechanism. The Schaffhausen watchmaker chooses a minimalist approach to design, and a dial bereft of logo or indexes, to heighten the visual impact of the tourbillon. This modern rewriting of the tourbillon is also a total immersion in horological elegance. Nothing remains beyond the essential: 100% Swiss, contemporary traditional watchmaking.
The Cartier Libre collection was born of a desire to play with the Maison’s signature watch shapes. They are stretched, shrunk and transformed into objects of fantasy with unbridled creative licence. Cartier Libre appeals to the Collectionneuse, the figure of the watchmaking collector.
The Tambour Slim watch collection has been enriched with the addition of a new feminine timepiece: the Tambour Slim Metallic Flower. The two-hand model features a spectacular dial that elegantly reinterprets the emblematic Monogram Flower.
A new version of the "flight captain's chronograph" courtesy of the B04 in 18k pink gold. A dual time indication and blue ceramic bezel complete the line-up of this flight instrument, by Breitling.