TAG Heuer brings the Monaco's 50th anniversary celebration to a close with the one-of-a-kind Monaco Pièce d’Art. This restored and decorated 1969 Monaco will be auctioned to raise money for United Way of New York City.
CEO of Baume & Mercier then secretary-general of the Association Interprofessionnelle de la Haute Horlogerie, the late Eugen Maier dedicated his life to watchmaking, and his belief in ethics and excellence as its founding principles.
Grandes complications, the applied arts and extra-thin movements are Vacheron Constantin’s chosen themes this year, in true respect for a tradition that has found particular favour in China.
Manufactures are giving unprecedented emphasis to the applied arts, yet at the same time engraving is under threat from modern machining techniques. A review of the situation with CIFOM, the only school in Switzerland to teach this art.
Under the tutelage of Philippe Dufour, master horologist and godfather of independent watchmaking, Romain Gauthier undertook the project of making his own watch. The result was the Collection Prestige presented in 2006.
Nubeo entered the horologic scene just six years ago in 2003 with its first model called the Jellyfish. What made this little company stand out was their unorthodox yet ergonomic case inspired by the dangerous beauty of the oceanic invertebrate for which the watch was named.