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.
The Neuchâtel enamel painter Louis Reguin and the almost-centenarian artist Hans Erni are given pride of place at the Musée International d’Horlogerie (MIH) in La Chaux-de-Fonds. The former for his "Monumental Miniatures" and the latter for his famous triptych, created for Expo '58 in Brussels, on the measurement of time.
With the Calibre 9452 MC of its Ballon Bleu Flying Tourbillon, Cartier can now claim membership of the very select group of watch manufacturers to have been awarded the Poinçon de Genève, one of the profession's most sought-after distinctions.
Carbon fibre, used mainly in aerospace for its high rigidity and very light weight, is appreciated by watchmakers for the same reasons, and for its decorative high-tech appearance. Explanations with Audemars Piguet.
The Swiss company’s recent creation paying tribute to the art of watchmaking is captivating Americans.
With the opening of the Piaget Time Gallery in Geneva, an extension to its manufacturing site in Plan-les-Ouates, and a "Man of the Year" award for the brand's CEO, Piaget is busy on all fronts Philippe Léopold-Metzger, CEO of Piaget, presents the company's new exhibition concept, and takes this opportunity to take stock of the brand's health… a brand that can lay ever-greater claim to its title as the jeweller of watchmaking.
Precision is surely the never-ending quest in watchmaking. With the arrival of quartz, some thought that the race was won. Since a group of Swiss researchers designed and then developed the first electronic watch movement in the sixties, the Holy Grail seemed within arms reach.