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  1. Collectors have only recently elevated Van Cleef & Arpels to the rank of serious watchmaker; yet the revered jeweler now combines inventive movement-making with its own distinctive artisanship to...
  2. When Breguet sought to add a high-level complication to its successful Reine de Naples ladies’ watch model, its development team looked to the original watch made two centuries before. Commissioned...
  3. While complicated pieces usually steal the spotlight, models such as those in the Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art La Symbolique des Laques (877.862.7555, ) show that art...
  4. While focusing on the $555,000 price of Rafael Nadal’s Richard Mille RM 027 (310.205.5555, ) when he wore it during his three Grand Slam victories in 2010, the sports media...
  5. With the Patek Philippe 5170 Chro­nograph (212.218.1240, ) ,the company has significantly upgraded the lateral-clutch chronograph, a design that has been valued for its beauty and...
  6. The design of the Chopard L.U.C. Engine One (800.246.7273, ) might be more elaborate than those of Chopard’s other L.U.C. watches, which match the reserved demeanor of company...
  7. The Bovet Fleurier Ottanta (786.787.0363, ) , a timepiece commissioned by Pininfarina to mark the 80th anniversary of the Italian design studio’s founding, showcases the watchmaker’s...
  8. When Parmigiani Fleurier was asked by Bugatti Automobiles to create a special-edition watch to celebrate the final version of the automaker’s Veyron supercar, the request came with a catch:...
  9. Having learned the craft of watchmaking at exactly the same time quartz technology was making his new skills obsolete, Dominique Loiseau probably had little notion his career would carry him in the...
  10. All the traditional decorative arts in watchmaking—engraving, guillochage, enameling, and jeweling—have been mixed together freely since the birth of the craft. In fact, it was during this early...