The manufacture presents a new perpetual calendar that displays the day, the date, and the month on a single line in an elongated aperture beneath 12 o'clock. To combine this unique feature with crisp legibility and high reliability, the designers developed a new self-winding movement.
The “cloche” (bell) shape appeared in Cartier pieces in 1920. “Cloche de Cartier”, because, when placed horizontally, its outline is reminiscent of a service bell rung at a counter. Like many Cartier signature pieces, it has been named after its shape, made notable for the purity of its line and clear inspiration.
Rebellion Timepieces presents a surprising evolution of the Weap-One, unveiled in 2017. Its asymmetrical 60-second flying tourbillon is transformed thanks to the use of a high-tech material: synthetic diamond.
The story of Roger Dubuis cannot be told without reference to the minute repeater. This legacy is once again on display with the Diabolus In Machina, which adds a flying tourbillon to the mix.
Montblanc adds two new models to its vintage-inflected 1858 collection, inspired by Minerva and its heritage. They include the single-hand 1858 Automatic 24H which features a map of the Northern Hemisphere on the dial, case elements in bronze and a hand-made NATO strap.
IWC Schaffhausen presents two Portugieser featuring Haute Horlogerie complications: the Portugieser Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph and the Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon.
Introduced in 1991, the Master Control gets a fresh update as Jaeger-LeCoultre revisits several models in the line, including this Master Control Calendar.