Watches

Guests are taught to make timepieces surrounded by one of the largest selections of Rolex around…
Gemstones reign supreme in this jewel of a collection inspired by the landscape of Provence…
A long-time test driver for Richard Mille watches, Brazilian Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa has enabled the brand to initiate and accomplish astonishing feats in watchmaking development.
Master watchmaker Black, Starr & Frost, America's First Jeweler Since 1810, has announced its new collection of fine men’s timepieces, the first designs created in three decades and the first...
It is safe to say the 500-year-old craft of watchmaking is poised for a revolution.
Arnold & Son reenvisions its founder’s 18th-century clocks through contemporary eyes…
Lambert explains Montblanc’s considered approach to embracing the smart watch.
Having sold out in a matter of months, the limited-edition release will be available again July 1…
FREE PREVIEW: The Dior VIII Grand Bal Pièce Unique (2014 Editions) is among Robb Report’s 2015 Best of the Best selections.
Drawing from diverse themes, all five one-of-a-kind watches take extravagance to the next level…
A consummate marriage of Metier d’Art hand-engraving and miniature hand-painting from Arnold & Son.
Developed completely in-house, the watch’s racecar roots keep its design on track…
The device can measure a watch’s accuracy rate to within 0.1 second per day…
Guided by his passion for fine watchmaking, his creativity and his quest for new challenges, master watchmaker Emmanuel Bouchet presents his own vision of 21st-century watchmaking art with the launch...
FREE PREVIEW: The Christophe Claret Maestoso is among Robb Report’s 2015 Best of the Best selections.
The revival and modernization of antique watchmaking styles has become increasingly popular in...
The Swiss watch manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre has been at the forefront of miniature-movement design since 1907, when it created what was then the world’s thinnest pocket-watch movement, measuring...
Arnold & Son unveils a new reference of its iconic Time Pyramid featuring the hand-chamfered A&S1615 calibre, housed in a 18-carat red gold case with a new case back beautifully decorated...
As described directly from the manufacturer, “It is the first sapphire watch with a 'flying' tourbillon, meaning that the tourbillon cage is attached to the movement only on one point on its rear,...
The new De Bethune DB25 Quetzalcoatl is the latest addition to the Swiss watchmaker’s collection of horological homages to ancient culture, joining 2012’s Ninth Mayan Underworld and 2013’s DB25...
These watches prove that a simple design can be just as pleasing as a slew of complications.
The pioneer of fluid-based haute horlogerie, HYT, introduced at this year’s Baselworld watch and...
The new timepiece has a fluid-based linear timekeeping display.
The new watch has multiple systems to ensure that its movement receives consistent power.
Computer-aided design is allowing watchmakers to push the boundaries of innovation.
The watchmaker puts its skill in guilloche and damaskeening on full display.
The two back-to-back auctions will offer hundreds of unique designs.
The new variation sports a dial crafted from a meteorite.
The new watch has a tourbillon hidden by an automaton.
The watch’s case is a mere 8.24 mm thick.

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