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  1. The word traditional is not the first descriptor that comes to mind when considering the Legacy Machine No. 2, a watch that has twin balance wheels beating beneath a raised set of flying buttresses...
  2. Inspired by works of popular science fiction, MB&F has created the Starfleet Machine, a timepiece that would look more at home orbiting a planet than sitting on a desk.
  3. Global Thinking Greubel Forsey first attracted notice a decade ago by reviving 200-year-old English and French finishing techniques, and in the ensuing years, the company has pursued increasingly...
  4. The Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity is the latest addition to the Swiss watchmaker’s Masterpiece Collection.
  5. Louis Vuitton celebrates the launch of its new watchmaking facility with an original world-time watch.
  6. Once-obscure decorative techniques have now become as vital to the prestige of rival watchmaking houses as their complicated movements.
  7. The new Graham Tourbillon Orrery celebrates the 300th anniversary of the Orrery, the tabletop mechanical planetarium that the Swiss watch brand’s namesake—London-based inventor, clockmaker, and...
  8. In 2004, the Swiss watchmaker Parmigiani Fleurier inaugurated its partnership with the supercar manufacturer Bugatti by introducing the Bugatti Type 370, an avant-garde wristwatch with a horizontally...
  9. Bell & Ross’s new wristwatches are fueled by a fast-paced past.
  10. In 1963, Jaguar began work on the Special GT E-Type project, a limited-edition series of special lightweight, aluminum-bodied versions of its E-Type sports car.

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