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  1. To boggle the imaginations of Switzerland’s leading complicated watchmakers with the manipulation of small objects requires formidable skill.
  2. It takes a great deal of confidence to defy watchmaking’s current dogma, which demands that only purely mechanical timepieces be taken seriously from a horological standpoint.
  3. In its never-ending effort to preserve the spirit and design sensibility of its founder while pushing its watchmaking capabilities to the technological forefront, Breguet has conceived a remarkable...
  4. Eric Loth, founder and CEO of Graham, describes one of his latest timepieces as “the watch I’ve wanted to build since founding the company.”
  5. “This is a watch we had planned for a long time,” says Carole Forestier-Kasapi, who oversees movement development for Cartier.
  6. While the artistic placement of essential components has been a long-standing specialty of certain watchmakers, rarely has this practice been applied to such striking effect as in the Time Pyramid ($...
  7. Proving there is much more to creating a stunning jewelry watch than sheer number of carats, Piaget relies not merely on diamonds but on finely wrought gold and geometric gemstone dials to make its...
  8. Vacheron Constantin has a longer history of creating artisan-decorated watches than any other company in the modern era.
  9. As the owner of a major complicated-watchmaking facility, Bulgari, like many other Swiss watchmakers, might have been tempted to release a scaled-down men’s watch as a rote entry into the developing...
  10. Chanel’s first Coromandel watches signaled a step in a new direction for the fashion house when they made their debut in 2012.

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