Created by Maxima Gallery, Watchmakers – The Masters of Art Horology opens this Friday April 6th in Rome before travelling to New York, Hong Kong and London. Museums and galleries, places where art is traditionally displayed, become the venues for the work of thirteen independent watchmakers.
Articles on the subject:
Does her heart yearn for flowers? Declarations of love? Rivers of diamonds or clusters of coloured gems? Or simply a watch to wear every day? With a week to go before the year's most romantic rendezvous, here are ten watches every woman will love.
Christophe Claret's Adagio returns to the spotlight as a series of gem-set and engraved unique pieces. Pleasing both sight and sound, this highly structured minute repeater combines with a large date and second time zone.
The Maestro travels to the depths of the African jungle, where a mamba's hand-engraved coils have wound themselves around the movement of these two 28-piece limited editions.
Watchmakers have always been at pains to shield their movements from magnetic fields. But as science has progressed, a handful of visionaries have searched for ways to turn magnetism to their advantage. This two-part article - an MRI of the latest developments – explains just what the big attraction is.
The seventh edition of ONLY WATCH sale of unique watches will take place in Geneva on November 11th to raise funds for research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy. This four-part series takes a look at some of the watches under the auctioneer's hammer.