2014 Watch Collector

There is never a shortage of theories as to why watch designers make the choices they do in...
Architecturally Significant After a top-to-bottom reorganization, Arnold & Son has explosively...
When Vacheron Constantin set out to update its tonneau-shaped Malte collection from 2000, design...
King George III was an amateur horologist. When he wasn’t busy ruling England or levying taxes on...
The age-old art of engraving carves out a contemporary niche.
In 18th-century Europe, stylish aristocrats taught their pet canaries to sing tunes with a device...
As the new CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre, Daniel Riedo has wasted no time in tackling important questions...
Small-scale fascinations from this year's horological crop.
Gem setting enjoys a technical renaissance.
The layout of the movement is not just for aesthetic reasons,” says watchmaker Stephen Forsey,...
François-paul journe resists attempts to label his watchmaking techniques with descriptors such as...
Among the lesser-known facets of the famous rivalry between 1920s-era industrialists James Ward...
The clarity of purpose with which the Germans like to construct their watches is a prime reason why...
It may have the look of De Bethune’s first completely original watch, the DB 15 perpetual calendar...
While the words “skeleton tourbillon” seem to symbolize the watchmaking of a decade past, such a...
Laurent Ferrier, a tiny boutique brand whose output is in the very low hundreds of watches, has an...
Breguet has had a significant head start on the postmodernist watchmaking movement; the broad and...
While the timepieces produced by Christophe Claret have more to do with the complication maestro’s...
The idea behind girard-Perregaux’s latest showpiece, the Constant Escapement, is neither a new one...
If you had lived in the Swiss town of Les Bois in the year 1900, you or your neighbors would...
Facing the biggest timing-related event on his company’s calendar—the 30th anniversary of the Louis...