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  1. Vacheron Constantin has a longer history of creating artisan-decorated watches than any other company in the modern era.
  2. Chanel’s first Coromandel watches signaled a step in a new direction for the fashion house when they made their debut in 2012.
  3. On June 10, Sotheby’s New York will bring an impressive selection of timepieces to the auction block in for its Important Watches Including the Titanium Collection sale.
  4. Though the watches of DeWitt’s Twenty-8-Eight collection have featured their fair share of avant-garde design elements, the new Twenty-8-Eight Full Moon may be its most unconventional design yet.
  5. The new Patek Philippe Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph is the first watch in the company’s 38-year-old Nautilus collection to include both GMT and chronograph functionality.
  6. The most recent addition to Jaquet Droz’s Grande Seconde collection, the Grande Seconde Quantième Ivory Enamel, updates the 12-year-old line both mechanically and visually.
  7. The Swiss watchmaker Louis Moinet recently introduced a new series of timepieces that celebrates the world’s great cities, starting with New York and Doha, Qatar.
  8. Since introducing a new line of women’s watches in 2012, Jaeger-LeCoultre has made the case that even the most rarefied and advanced complications can be brought into women’s timepieces without...
  9. In the late 18th century, during the second half of his watchmaking career, John Arnold—founder of Arnold and Son—devoted himself to creating the world’s most precise and rugged marine chronometers,...
  10. Though Graff is primarily known as a purveyor of jewelry and gemstones, since 2008 its Geneva-based watchmaking division has been producing high-end timepieces with visual cues that reference the...

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