While the concept is unchanged, namely to propose masterpieces of watchmaking developed with some of the profession's leading lights, Maîtres du Temps now intends to consolidate its three current models and invest in production.
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Brands large and small introduced new escapements at the recent Baselworld, a consequence of the scheduled end of deliveries from Swatch Group, the biggest supplier of parts, and while technologies differ, recourse to silicon is a common denominator.
Rolex presents a world first with its new version of the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II equipped with a two-colour Cerachrom bezel insert in red and blue, combining the best in high technology with the iconic aesthetics of the original 1955 model. This colour combination, long considered impossible to create in ceramic, is a dream come true for enthusiasts of this emblematic model.
Blancpain presents a movement uniting two of the brand’s most iconic horological complications. The carrousel and the moon phase. This new model in the Villeret collection once again expresses the tradition of innovation driving the Manufacture.
The H3 brings with it a world-first, being the only wristwatch ever to possess a central flying tourbillon and a minute repeater.
With the release of the Armin Strom One Week Skeleton Collection, the Armin Strom manufacture has realised the dream of its founder – to create a skeleton entirely manufactured in-house.
The prestigious Unryuan studio in Japan produces exquisite works in lacquer, thus perpetuating an art that has travelled through the ages to inscribe itself in the present. The studio is fiercely determined to keep alive the soul, spirit and identity of Japanese culture as expressed in the Edo period.
The new collection of Grand Prix de Monaco Historique watches is composed of three precision instruments intended to support drivers. This complete high-performance range is composed of three models: the Chrono, the Automatic and the Power control, all dedicated to the most prestigious of the classic Grand Prix races. Together, they embody Chopard’s passion for racing as well as its demanding horological standards.
Because marking your time is not simply marking time. Because a watch does not serve only to tell the time. Because continually reinventing yourself is a beautiful way to exist. A true mirror of the soul of the Maison Boucheron, the Reflet watch is back in 2014 with a new look. It still has so much to tell.