Articles in Watches

The Force Constante is an innovation in tourbillions. The barrel spring transmits constant power...
The Tradition wristwatch in 18-karat yellow gold features hand-wound movement with tourbillon and...
This perpetual calendar shows sunrise and sunset as well as astronomical moon, is self-winding,...
Known for crafting some of the world’s thinnest tourbillon movements, Piaget offers a range of...
When it was first unveiled in 2003, Harry Winston’s third Opus project was a triumph. The bizarre...
This past January marked the 400th anniversary of Galileo’s first observation of Jupiter’s moons,...
‘‘It’s something of an experiment," says Stefan Ihnen of the latest tourbillon movement released by...
Blancpain took a first step toward updating its inventory of complicated movements with the March...
The $79,000 Richard Mille RM 028 is an offshoot of the Swiss watchmaker’s RM 025 diver’s timepiece—...
The prospect of creating your first musical watch is a daunting one for any watchmaker, especially...
Bovet has always tried to tap its 19th-century heritage in pocket watches, but never more...
The latest mechanical watch from Richard Mille, the RM 027 Tourbillon (www.richardmille.com), is...
The Swiss watch industry lost its most significant and dynamic figure of the modern era with the...
With the heart of Swiss watchmaking firmly rooted in Geneva, the city’s Le Richemond Hotel is...
Panerai CEO Angelo Bonati is one of Galileo Galilei’s biggest fans. Last year, his brand sponsored...
For years, chopard has been an oddly bifurcated company: Copresident Caroline Gruosi-Scheufele...
Of all the aspects of watchmaking, astronomic complications—those that render the movements of the...
Remarkable in itself, Dior’s decision to execute a million-dollar-plus jeweled tourbillon is made...
Since the introduction of its Opus 1 watch in 2001, Harry Winston has done what few jewelry houses...
Jaeger-LeCoultre has recently built what is unquestionably the most technically sophisticated...

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