With its repertoire of eight Manufacture calibres, H. Moser & Cie. can offer a large range of products. The Heritage collection, whose inspiration comes from the historic H. Moser & Cie, watches, pays tribute to the golden age of classical watchmaking.
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The Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic claims a fourth record for Bulgari as the thinnest automatic watch on the market – just 3.95mm high and with a tourbillon.
Established in Lucerne, Carl F. Bucherer has unveiled a world-first of a peripheral automatic winding mechanism with a suspended tourbillon featuring a stop-seconds function. The in-house CFB T3000 movement is COSC chronometer-certified.
Louis Moinet presents two limited series of watches featuring its exclusive mechanism with two tourbillons rotating in opposite directions. The dial of one, Dhofar, is cut from a fragment of lunar meteorite, while the dial of Acasta is a fragment of the early Earth's crust.
This year marks 200 years since Edouard Bovet's first journey to China, in 1818. The Edouard Bovet Flying Tourbillon commemorates this milestone. An ingenious triple time-zone display makes this a timepiece for today's traveller.
The Duke of Orleans, cousin of Louis XVI of France, can take credit for introducing English watchmaker John Arnold to Switzerland's Abraham-Louis Breguet. The two would become firm friends, each in his own way associated with the invention of the tourbillon regulator.
Ahead of Baselworld, Breguet presents a Classique Tourbillon in its simplest attire so as to focus all attention on the beauty of its tourbillon regulator. The movement is similarly understated at just 3mm thick.
Hard stones return to Piaget with this new edition of the Altiplano Tourbillon, its dial a skilful marquetry of malachite or lapis-lazuli.
IWC Schaffhausen is turning 150 this year. To celebrate this milestone, the company is set to unveil a special Jubilee collection at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva comprising a total of 27 limited-edition models from the Portugieser, Portofino, Pilot’s Watches and Da Vinci families.