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Vacheron Constantin is renowned for its skeleton watches, which feature faces that reveal the timepieces’ delicate, handmade components, and for its highly complicated watches.
There comes a point in every watch devotee’s life when it is time to try something different.
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The most remarkable watches are often one-of-a-kind pieces, custom-made for clients of means.
When you don a tourbillon, you strap to your wrist what is perhaps the most inefficient, out-of-date—not to mention expensive—complicated watch available.
René Beyer, the 40-year-old CEO and president of Chronometrie Beyer, cannot pinpoint the year, but it was sometime during the fall of 2000 or 2001 when his late father, Theodor, asked to meet him
Once you have encountered the hopelessly fastidious Swiss, it is easy to understand why they excel at manipulating tiny metal parts.
Oddly enough, precise production schedules almost never apply to complicated watchmaking. Unanticipated technical challenges can make the work frustratingly slow.
It is tempting to write off Franck Muller’s latest jewelry collection as wretched excess for a certified watch maniac.
There is a certain threshold at which an addict can no longer deny or camouflage his compulsion.
A wristwatch cannot be considered truly complicated unless it is also complicated to read.
The workmen have left, the scaffolding is down, and Audemars Piguet (888.214.6858) has moved into its sleek five-story Manhattan townhouse on 57th Street between Park and Madison Avenues.
Harry Winston’s latest limited edition Opus timepiece is as intriguing as a Rorschach test.
For years, Swiss watchmakers have adhered to the belief that women do not like to fuss with their watches.
Audemars Piguet unveiled its Royal Oak Concept watch to some of its most important retailers by intentionally dropping the $155,000 tourbillon on the floor.
With the release of the Big Pilot’s Watch, the International Watch Co. of Schaffhausen, Switzerland, has literally and figuratively put it all together.
Watches with flamboyant dials suggesting a distinct flavor of yesteryear have become so popular that they are as much the province of marketing directors as designers.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has created the most impressive jewelry watch of
Even a watch novice can recognize that there is something special about Vacheron Constantin’s 247 with a 31-day retrograde calendar.