A crescent moon dances with time on the new Arceau, revealing then concealing the hour as it turns.
Concerns over trade in a post-Brexit Britain haven't prevented the UK market from performing well these past months, aided by sterling's weakness. As the country heads towards its latest deadline, watch brands are making sure they are prepared for every outcome, including a no-deal scenario.
The trend remains positive for Swiss watch exports. In April, their value was up 1.7% compared to April 2013, to a level of 1.8 billion francs. In four months, total exports for the sector stood at 6.8 billion francs (+3.8%).
The new Petite Heure Minute 35 mm: precious femininity, mother-of-pearl, aventurine, ruby heart...
Auctions are an opportunity for clock and watch museums to add to their collections with pieces that rarely become available elsewhere. Yet despite these noble intentions, a museum is a bidder like any other, and must be prepared to pay the price for the lots it wishes to acquire.
Speake-Marin, whose watches are now shared between three collections, kicks off the year with, among other new releases, a Magister Tourbillon that revisits this complication from the rather surprising angle of simplicity. A perfect example of what small brands must offer: ideas.
Vacheron Constantin unveils three new one-of-a-kind additions to its Métiers d’Art Hommage à l’Art de la Danse collection, based on the highlights of a ballerina’s daily life: learning, training and performance. These creations from the workshops of the Manufacture revisit the ancestral art of Grand Feu grisaille enamelling to highlight the art of classical ballet by reinterpreting the works of Edgar Degas.