Journey into the Milky Way with H. Moser & Cie. and the Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept Aventurine, a poetic and minimalist interpretation of the moon-phase display.
Christophe Claret presents an 8-piece limited edition Maestro Quetzalcoatl, in honour of one of the major deities of ancient Mexico. Painstakingly hand-engraved, the feathered serpent coils itself around the movement of this Maestro watch.
As connected watches arrive in droves on the market, Swiss watchmaking continues to lay the groundwork for future conquests, with one major "practical" consideration: movement production. Mechanical, of course.
While major players such as Swatch (Blancpain, Breguet, Harry Winston…), Richemont (Cartier, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Piaget...), LVMH (Hublot, TAG Heuer, Zenith...) or Kering (Gucci, Girard-Perregaux, Ulysse Nardin…) dispose of sufficient production capacity to cover the majority of their requirements for mechanical movements, this hasn't prevented them, and every other Fine Watch firm, from courting smaller, specialised structures for complicated calibres.
Three years ago in these same columns (Revue FH) we reported on efforts by officers of the Guardia di Finanza to curb counterfeiting in Tuscany. The region of Florence is well known beyond Italy’s borders for its rich manufacturing heritage, handed down from the Middle Ages.
Twelve billion dollars. This is, we are officially told, the amount achieved by global art sales in 2013. A figure which experts assure us has never been reached for as long as a carefully controlled art market has existed.
Inspired by the excitement and glamour of the holiday season, Ralph Lauren presents pieces from the Chunky Chain fine jewelry collection and two magnificent models from the Ralph Lauren Stirrup timepiece collection: the handsome 18K rose gold Stirrup Large Chronograph for him and, the stunning 18K white gold Stirrup Petite Diamond Link timepiece fully paved with white diamonds for her.