The Lilliputian movement, the smallest manual-wound in watchmaking, makes a rare appearance in two new jewelry watches.
With its two latest rarities, the boutique watchmaker holds its ground as an unabashedly elitist watch brand.
The 280-year-old brand uses new materials to illustrate the test of time.
The watch executive weighs in on the new complication aimed at the American market.
Reproducing a painting on a tiny dial can take up to 50 hours, but the results are spectacular.
Who took home the gold? Watch auctions raked in $64 million this weekend.
High-jewelry timepieces brought the “wow factor” in a year of mostly practical timepieces.
The Swiss watchmaker is paying tribute to half a century of the Golden Ellipse.