The new Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève is a futuristic, high-tech interpretation of the Tambour watch.
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The Maillon de Cartier watch plays on the look of the classic chain-link bracelet while inventing a new attitude for today.
Framed by a fine gold case, the Slim d’Hermès lends its refined design to the art of Ikat weaving. Against a white or blue background, its dial embroidered with gold threads reveals the graceful curves of a galloping horse.
Richard Mille returns to the RM 033, introduced in 2011, with a 140-piece limited edition of this ultra-thin round watch with automatic winding, in the brand's signature Carbon TPT®.
Surrounded by the transparency of anti-reflective glass, the Atmos Transparente clock is a lesson in pure understatement, with minimalist hour markers and hands on an Art Deco dial.
After a Hijri perpetual calendar in a table clock in 2011, Parmigiani Fleurier presents the world's first occurrence of this complication in a wristwatch.
The Overseas Dual Time gives simultaneous readings in two time zones. As for the Overseas Lady Quartz, it makes a statement with a halo of shimmering diamonds.
This new GMT with a redesigned case takes Greubel Forsey into new terrain with its bold sports aesthetic.