The story of the Nantucket watch continues with the chaîne d’ancre, evoking its early days.
The year 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of one of the greatest watchmaking complications: the tourbillon. An exquisite complex mechanism, the invention lies at the heart of a genuine human adventure that, to this day, contributes to the reputation of its creator Abraham-Louis Breguet and his House.
The Glashütte brand is already looking ahead to winter 2018 with plans for an advent calendar featuring a Moritz Grossmann timepiece behind each window.
Breguet has opened the doors to its new flagship store in New York, inside the St. Regis Hotel on the city's iconic Fifth Avenue – an event the brand celebrated at a glamorous cocktail party.
After carbon, Richard Mille takes on ceramic. It takes a bold attitude as well as a specialised technique to set stones in such a hard material. Richard Mille has both, as this RM 07-01 shows.
The highlight of the recent New York sale, a Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Paul Newman Daytona Ref. 6263, manufactured in 1969, sailed through the $1 million mark.
The Rotonde de Cartier watch lends its generous dial to two historic Cartier complications: the mysterious movement and the Day/Night indicator.