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Articles on the subject: New Models
The German town of Glashütte has been a centre for fine watchmaking since 1845. Nomos Glashütte is marking the occasion with three limited-edition versions of a classic model.
When did Girard-Perregaux win a gold medal for its Tourbillon with three gold bridges? In what year did the first woman go into space? When did Beethoven compose his Symphony No. 5? Answers on the dials of 225 unique renditions of the Girard-Perregaux Place Girardet watch, which traces 225 years in the life of the Manufacture.
Academic by name but certainly not by nature. In black ceramic, the Academy Tourbillon Georges Favre-Jacot merges two landmark complications from the history of Zenith with contemporary watchmaking, showing a tourbillon and a fusée-chain transmission as never before.
As birdsong fills the Swiss countryside, a blue tit has made its home in two new versions of the Charming Bird watch. Its singing master goes by the name of Jaquet Droz.
Vacheron Constantin once again demonstrates that watchmaking has yet to reach its limits with the Maître Cabinotier retrograde armillary tourbillon watch. This unique piece achieves new summits of horological excellence within a surprisingly contemporary design.
Often robust, sometimes vintage, always sporty, the chronograph remains one of the most sought-after complications. Tailored for the measuring of elapsed times, it was one of the big attractions at this year's Baselworld. These are the twelve that caught our eye.
Christophe Claret embraces ancestral traditions and contemporary watchmaking with a rendition of the X-TREM-1 in damascened steel. The spectacular aesthetic results from a complex layering technique, matched by an inclined flying tourbillon with a magnetic display of retrograde hours and minutes.