The Maillon de Cartier watch plays on the look of the classic chain-link bracelet while inventing a new attitude for today.
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The Swiss watchmaker combines elegance and craftsmanship with new high-tech features for a customised physical and digital experience, focused on performance.
The majestic Matterhorn, a symbol of Switzerland's mountain landscape, stars on the dial of this Grande Seconde Moon as fragments of serpentinite collected from its jagged slopes.
The Pioneer Tourbillon and the Pioneer Centre Seconds, both in red gold with black DLC titanium inserts and water-resistant to 120 metres, are built to withstand the rough and tumble of daily life.
Breguet offers its Classique 5177 a Grand Feu enamel dial in a unique "Breguet blue" that mirrors the brand's elegant sobriety.
Colourful dials are now an annual tradition for Glashütte Original and its Sixties and Sixties Panorama Date. Following on from last year's green are these versions in fabulous orange shades. Harking back to a hugely creative decade, they spotlight the brand's dial-makers and their expertise.
Attention to detail is evident throughout this limited-edition Breguet Marine 5517, especially created for the Swiss retailer's Blue Editions collection.
The "writing slope" case, with its inclined bezel, lends itself to multiple forms of display and has become a hallmark of Bovet's astronomical watches. This Récital 23 Moon Phase is the first time Bovet has used this architecture in a lady's watch.