Featured TimepiecesExplore a selection of the finest timepieces across the globe
Jacob & Co.’s new Astronomia ‘Mount Everest’ watch, limited to 24 pieces
The Astronomia movement, designed by and exclusive to Jacob & Co., revolutionized watchmaking. Mounted in the center of the timepiece is a stunning piece of rock from Mt. Everest itself, which Nilson found with his own two hands.
Introducing Richard Mille’s RM 27-04 Manual Winding Tourbillon Rafael Nadal
This new model fits in perfectly with the previous watch collections created for the Spanish champion. It is unique in more ways than one, as it also marks the 10th anniversary of the partnership between Rafael Nadal and Richard Mille.
Hermès ARCEAU Pocket Aaaaargh, an exceptional pocket watch
Leather craftsmanship meets Haute Horlogerie to create a unique pocket watch, featuring the T-Rex from the Aaaaargh! silk scarf designed by Alice Shirley.
Louis Moinet: The Space Revolution, when innovation is science fiction
Is it a flying satellite double tourbillon – or the first space object from Louis Moinet? “The technology of the former has given birth to the interstellar world of the latter” says Jean-Marie Schaller.
The LM Perpetual EVO introduces a new paradigm for MB&F
The LM Perpetual EVO comes in a case of zirconium, a metal rarely used in watchmaking due to the extreme requirements involved in machining this high-risk material.
A new design for Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT
Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer Audemars Piguet continues to experiment with technical materials and avant -garde aesthetics with its new take on the Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT in shades of blue and grey.
Patek Philippe reasserts its grand complications expertise with three new creations
These three new timepieces represent a perfect meld of tradition and innovation. Paired with beautiful finesse in looks and features, they enrich the already extensive lineup of grand complications.
The new Classique Double Tourbillon Quai de l’Horloge by Breguet
This new model blends mechanical virtuosity with aesthetic mastery: entirely exhibited, the movement reveals two tourbillons that set the whole plate in motion through a central differential.
Ressence Type 1 Slim, the original design gets its first case makeover
Ressence was founded in 2010 with one goal in mind; to challenging the status quo of the mechanical wrist watch and its relevance in modern times.
Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept: from a micro-engineering experiment to reality
The Altiplano Ultimate Concept is no longer just an ambitious experiment in breaking the boundaries of horological micro-engineering, but a fully developed and tested watch that is now available for watch lovers and collectors to buy, own and use.
Sleek elegance with the Time Pyramid tourbillon by Arnold & Son
The Time Pyramid is inspired by the regulators created by John and Roger Arnold over two hundred years ago and by antique British skeleton clocks with their recognizable vertical construction and cone-shaped chain and fusee system.
The two new faces of the Grande Seconde Skelet-one by Jaquet Droz
Plasma ceramic makes a dramatic entrance alongside red gold. One is steeped in tradition and the other is all about technology. Two new variations of a timepiece that has come to stand for Jaquet Droz’s brazen artistry.
MB&F’s latest horological machine N°10 ‘Bulldog’
The relationship between man and watch is as nuanced as the one between man and dog. The best examples of such connections last for years, even decades, shaping lives and stories.
Chronomètre Ferdinand Berthoud, a regulator to stand the test of time
Inspired by the marine chronometer No. 7 that Ferdinand Berthoud produced in 1767, the construction and the regulator-type display of the Chronomètre Ferdinand Berthoud FB 1R.6-1 overturn traditions.