Watches

This watch has a special 24-hour ceramic bezel and hand, an independently adjustable 12-hour hand, a 31-jewel chronometer movement, and is available in stainless steel, steel, and 18-karat yellow...
This timepiece, featuring a movement that simultaneously displays the time in two time zones, expands the manufacture’s collection of complicated ladies’ watches. Housed in an 18-karat white- or rose...
Available in stainless steel, steel and 18-karat yellow gold, and 18-karat yellow or white gold, this watch has an engraved tachometer bezel, special screw-down push buttons, and a 44-jewel...
After six years of research and development, master watchmaker F.P. Journe unveiled his most complicated timepiece ever made, the Grande Sonnerie. With 450 individual parts, the watchmaker has...
Available in stainless steel, steel and 18-karat yellow gold, and 18-karat yellow gold, this watch is pressure-proof to 1,000 feet, has a special time-lapse bezel, a 31-jewel chronometer movement,...
A. Lange & Söhne has liberated the rattrapante chronograph from its confinement to 60-second lap times by creating the first genuine double rattrapante for the wrist. The Double Split has two...
Ulysse Nardin was one of the earliest manufactures to fuel the rebirth of the minute repeater. The minute repeater was made even more unique through the inclusion of animated figures called...
This timepiece unites of two of the most prestigious, complex mechanisms: the minute repeater and the tourbillon. Inside Information: By adjusting and poising each gong according to the watch, it...
The Perpetual in white gold is equipped with a new case diameter of 42mm, and the structured dial is available in different colors. The striking ovoid-shape skeleton hands permit comfortable reading...
The Duchesse is adorned with a case in platinum, bezel set with 114 trapeze-baguette-cut diamonds, dial pavéd with 81 round-cut diamonds, and the platinum bracelet is set with 255 round-cut diamonds...
“The Centigraphe is a unique creation,” says F.P. Journe, the man behind the watch brand bearing his name. “To create this watch,” he says, “I had to forget everything ever done in terms of...
This highly complicated watch features a manufacture base movement and an exclusive calendar module by Dubois Dépraz. The 48-step wheel guarantees that this wristwatch will provide accurate time and...
Available in both 18-karat white and rose gold, the Calatrava was originally launched in 2005. This model sports a new dial variation based on the classic design and features mechanical self-winding...
Featuring the renowned Valjoux 7750 movement, this timepiece measures elapsed time in seconds, minutes, and hours, while also displaying the day and date. Available in 40-mm and 47-mm stainless-steel...
Richard Mille's RM 012 architectural tourbillion is the world’s first wristwatch with a baseplate and bridge construction made from steel and titanium tubes. This system, in which both these...
The design of this watch is the natural consequence of technical choices. The unique and exclusive minute and hour hands (which are very complex and costly to produce) are manufactured entirely in-...
With its round cases and timeless classicism, the Patrimony line harks back to the purest tradition of watchmaking. Patrimony Traditionnelle embodies the fundamental values of Vacheron Constantin: a...
The Power utilizes newly developed, advanced technological solutions to measure time, including the titanium-platinum balance wheel, the patented De Bethune spiral with terminal plane curve, and the...
To mark the inauguration of its new salon in the British capital, Harry Winston created the Westminster Tourbillon as a limited edition of eight pieces. This watch combines two of the greatest...
A new face to Audemars’ Edward Piguet collection, this tourbillon features an exclusive calendar system with the largest date display on the market and a new hand-wound Calibre 2886, entirely...
This timepiece combines three complications rarely united within the same case: the minute repeater, the tourbillon, and the chronograph. Inside Information: The watch has 655 parts entirely...
The Cabinet N° 5 watch in the Tradition d’Excellence collection, introduced in 2006, features the unique Audemars Piguet escapement. Inspired by a mechanism created in the late 18th century by Robert...
For its 250th anniversary, Vacheron Constantin spent more than 10,000 hours of research and development to create the most complex wristwatch ever: All housed in a 47-mm-wide case that is 17.8-mm...
The Egérie line is a feminine, elegant collection that combines modern grace and allure. The Egérie comes unadorned or with many different diamond treatments. Nestled within the diamond-pavé tonneau-...
The Sonata Cathedral Dual Time is an in-house development, inspired by Dr. Ludwig Oechslin, constructed by Pierre Gygax and Lucas Humair, and executed by the Ulysse Nardin team led by Rolf Schnyder...
The Trilogy Set pays homage to three famous names in astronomy: Galileo, Copernicus, and Johannes Kepler. The first in the trilogy is the Astrolabium Galileo Galilei, which indicates the position of...
The Freak turned watchmaking on its head when it was unveiled. The arrangement of parts was so unorthodox—it essentially had no true case. The crystal and the bezel were actually part of the movement...
Available in 18-karat yellow gold with a special blue ceramic ring command bezel or in white gold with a special platinum ring command bezel; both versions have a 42-jewel programmable chronometer...
Created in 1932, this is Patek Philippe’s signature model. Its features include manual winding, seconds sub dial at 6 o'clock, and gyromax balance wheel, as well as the Patek Philippe Seal hallmark.
Representing a world first, the Grande Complication A Triptyque offers three dimensions of time expressed on three faces. On the front, civil time is displayed in the most accurate possible manner,...

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