The latest rendition of the Tetra, a manual-winding model and a staple of the Nomos Glashütte catalogue for the past 25 years, now comes with a rich plum-coloured dial.
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First imagined by the Le Sentier firm in 1959, this new interpretation in white gold swathed with diamonds is fitted with the legendary Calibre 101, the smallest mechanical movement in the world.
Revelation began with a vision of fine watchmaking. Today, the vision has become a reality, with a growing collection and an expanding distribution network. The brand came to Paris for Belles Montres prestige watch fair.
"The watch for Presidents" ranks among Vulcain's claims to fame. Its Cricket mechanical alarm watch has indeed graced the wrist of several American heads of state, and would rouse any leader from their sleep, no matter how well-earned.
To mark the 125th anniversary of the birth of Le Corbusier, the La Chaux-de-Fonds watchmaker Girard-Perregaux presents three commemorative watches inspired by key periods in the visionary architect's life.
An eminently masculine brand, Jaeger-LeCoultre took the Lausanne International Horse Show, of which it is the main sponsor, as the opportunity to present its new Rendez-Vous collection for women. The first models, which have all the hallmarks of a Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece, show signs of a great collection in the making.
Guy Sémon started at TAG Heuer four and a half years ago with the brief to build a research and development division from scratch. A mission he has accomplished with remarkable breakthroughs in fine watchmaking, the latest being the MikrotourbillonS.
Renowned for his astronomical complications, Martin Braun became part of the fold at Franck Muller Group in 2007. Now the German master watchmaker returns with timepieces sold under the Antoine Martin brand. The first model is a perpetual calendar; a second, with the addition of a flying tourbillon, is expected at Baselworld.