Articles in Watches

Perrelet’s Diamond Flower diamond-encrusted stainless-steel watch on a red crocodile strap ($9,250...
While its roots are in creating sophisticated military timepieces, Panerai has lately been adding a...
Photo by Vincent Wulveryck@Cartier
While watch companies frequently trumpet the heritage of their artisanal techniques, Cartier may...
Built for the sole purpose of maintaining the most accurate time possible, the F.P. Journe...
Photo by Bastien Charrier
As he digs through a shoebox filled with spare parts, the genial and relaxed Gregory Bruttin—a...
Ever since the relaunch of its 1980s classic Golden Bridge model, Corum has turned exhibitionist...
Photo by Lange Uhren GmbH
Although it looks like a bold piece of design for the traditional German company, A. Lange &...
Harkening back to days when leading Swiss brands would often produce watches in conjunction with...
Photo by Chelsea Curtis
Michael Safdie’s noteworthy collection of rare Patek Philippe timepieces began with a dream for...
You need not be a serious, well-informed watch collector to know that Patek Philippe reigns supreme...
Chuck Agnoff’s retirement was short-lived. To celebrate both his 60th birthday and his retirement,...
When Swiss designers Bruno Belamich and Carlos Rosillo launched the Bell & Ross (www.bellross....
An obsession with original development—even before the brand really possessed the capacity to do...
Whether they know it or not, many luxury-watch enthusiasts have bought a watch designed by someone...
The ladies’ Chopard Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set (www.chopard.com) showcases the Swiss brand’s...
Rather than produce yet another decorative dragon motif or similar theme aimed at the growing...
There was a popular saying in 16th-century Germany: If you want to make trouble for yourself, take...
Photo by John Lawton
“The avant-garde has established itself,” says Urwerk designerMartin Frei. "We were not the only...
Photo by Ted Morrison
Techniques Horlogères Appliquées, received word that his longtime client, Carl F. Bucherer, would...
Never has so much been performed by so many for so few. This perversion of Winston Churchill’s...

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