Laurent Ferrier, unveils a new interpretation of the Classic Origin. Housed in the Classic, pebble-shaped case, this new version will be launched as the “Série Atelier”, a limited-edition of 30 examples.
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Sport's great, especially when it involves a dinner party. In which case, you need a timepiece to match. One that plays hard and is elegant in victory. Fortunately, watchmakers are one step ahead.
The tourbillon regulator is high on the agenda of the brands taking part in the watchesandwonders.com online plaform, whether alone, combined with other functions or part of a grande complication. Here's what happens when watchmaking gets in a whirl.
The brands that have taken up sport this year are putting elegance ahead of performance, fashioning every detail of beautifully styled watches that are happy to lead an inactive life. We take a tour of what's on offer from the brands at Watches & Wonders.
The online launch of Watches & Wonders 2020 spotlights what will be the first trends in watchmaking this year. Special mention goes to astronomical complications and skeleton watches, while women's collections get into shape with form watches. Sport-luxe is another of the year's big winners.
Admired for its classic creations that place equal emphasis on mechanical prowess and flawless finishing, Laurent Ferrier makes an incursion into motor sports with the Grand Sport Tourbillon in steel with integrated bracelet. A first for the brand.
Recent years have seen the return of useful functions and even "small" complications. Practical as well as more affordable, they encourage creativity in an already crowded segment. We look at some of the watches revealed ahead of Watches & Wonders 2020.
Laurent Ferrier unveils a new annual calendar as a limited edition of just 5 pieces. Housed within a 40mm steel case, the watch is endowed with a vintage style dial.
Last year Richemont announced its acquisition of Watchfinder.com, sealing its entry into the pre-owned market. More recently, the multi-brand Bucherer store in Geneva opened a fourth-floor Gallery dedicated to the buying and selling of vintage watches. And Antoine de Macedo in Paris? He has been buying, selling and servicing high-end pre-owned watches for 33 years.