After over 20 minutes of bidding from collectors across 3 continents, underscoring the enduring legacy of the most iconic actor of the 20th century, Marlon Brando’s Rolex GMT-Master reference 1675 sold for $1,952,000.
Nomos introduces the 33mm Metro Rose Gold, the smallest size in the range, powered by a manual-winding Alpha movement. Grey hour markers and purple minute markers gently contrast with the rose gold of the case and hands.
Are you an Avenger? A superhero who flies to the rescue, braving burning buildings to take others to safety? And what if, during superhero duties, you need to know the time? The Avenger Bandit from Breitling is for you.
Chopard puts the prestige of a regulator movement inside the elegance of the new L.U.C case. Perfect symmetry and mechanical precision are the hallmarks of the L.U.C Regulator.
Girard-Perregaux pierces the secret of watchmaking technique through layers of transparency. Welcome into the mechanical labyrinth of the 1966 Skeleton.
The rotor, or oscillating weight, on a self-winding movement has looked much the same from the time it came into widespread use in the 1960s until only a few years ago. It is usually a solid, half-round mass, rotating on a central axis, often with Geneva stripes. Today, new design and placement variations have emerged, transforming the rotor into one of the more interesting elements of a mechanical watch.