Articles in Watches

After taking five years to perfect the revolutionary Type 370 transverse movement of its original...
In 1784, French watchmaker Jaquet Droz designed a pocket watch called the Grande Seconde. Almost...
Founded in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest continuous watch brand in the world, yet it...
Passionate watch collectors can wait several months or even more than a year for the delivery of a...
Two years ago Corum updated its 48-year-old Admiral’s Cup collection, which is dedicated to sailing...
Throughout his life, Swiss engineer Jean-Léon Reutter was fascinated by the idea of a clock that...
Superstrong and ultralight, carbon fiber has long been the preferred material for high-performance...
Fashion powerhouse Chanel, in an attempt to elevate its standing among watch collectors, approached...
The Daniel Roth il Giocatore Veneziano (www.danielroth.com) invites you to roll the dice on a $452,...
It appears that the Hong Kong collector who paid some $564,000 at last year’s Only Watch auction in...
Around 1880, Constant Girard—founder of Girard-Perregaux—unveiled a pocket watch that could measure...
Antiquorum will offer more than 400 rare and historically important timepieces at an auction held...
Panerai’s caliber P.2005 is a new take on an old concept. But that doesn’t mean that the latest...
Piaget has created a timepiece set to adapt to every irregularity of our Gregorian calendar,...
As a publicity stunt, early-20th-century watchmaker Paul Wyler once demonstrated the durability of...
While browsing through an antiques shop five years ago with well-known complication specialist...
Twelve years ago, when Marc Jacobs applied for the position of artistic director at Louis Vuitton,...
The latest offering from Daniel Roth is a wristwatch with a twist: Besides keeping time, it can...
Zenith’s Zero-G Tourbillon (www.zenith-watches.com) is a fantastically complex mechanical...
Within minutes of meeting at the Cannes International Boat Show in September 2006, executives from...

Pages