More than a few eyebrows were raised among the collectors who gathered recently in Dubai at the world’s largest suspended aquariu
As long as humans have been forming gold into precious objects, goldsmiths have struggled to offset the metal’s softness.
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Manufacture d’horlogerie Breguet celebrates the 200th anniversary of the creation of the world’s first wristwatc
Known best for futuristic watchcases resembling frogs, owls, and even jet engines, MB&F has released a new series of timepieces called Le
As Aston Martin reconsiders its AMR-One LMP1 sports car racing project, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s new AMVOX5 World Chronograph L
Chopard’s fifth limited-edition Jacky Ickx watch was developed with input from its namesake racing legend to evoke the sp
Much of America’s industrialization during the early 19th century can be credited to Oliver Evans, a Delaware-tborn inventor of the high-p
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Steven Grotell knows the value of keeping a low profile.
At one time, the most impressive feature of nearly every coveted timepiece was the decorative art it showcased.
The steel Manero CentralChrono ($7,100) by
In an effort to rethink watchmaking for the 21st century, Jorg Hysek of HD3 created the groundbreaking Slyde watch concep
Nearly 80 international designers and artists, including Damien Hirst and Maarten Baas, created their expressions and interpretations of t
"It is inconceivable that a man with my professional background and experience would not jump into it," says Hublot technical di
It has been said that you do not need a wristwatch in the modern age—unless you need to know what time it is somewhere else.
A panicked school of fish inspired the mechanical display that Denis Giguet designed for the Harry Winston Opus Eleven
Even before he joined the company, Christian Selmoni had a clear idea of what he thought a Vacheron Constantin wristwatch ought
A shoal of herring may be an apt metaphor for Swiss watch companies, which can turn their designs on a dime in unison at a sign