Rolex Is Building 3 New Factories to Keep Up With the Unprecedented Demand for Its Watches
The three temporary facilities will begin producing pieces in just two years’ time.
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This Rare 18-Carat Pink Diamond Just Sold for Nearly $29 Million at Auction
The Christie’s Magnificent Jewels sale in Geneva achieved an impressive $57.3 million in total.
Watchmakers Richard Mille and George Daniels Both Broke Their Own Auction Records This Weekend
The George Daniels Spring Case Tourbillon sold for over $4 million at Phillips while a Richard Mille raked in over $3.6 million at Christie’s.
4 Independent Japanese Watchmakers That Are Shaking up the Horological World
Pieces from names like Masahiro Kikuno and Daizoh Makihara are as good as it gets.
Maluma on Building His Porsche Collection, Buying Rolexes and Sage Advice from J.Lo
The Medellín native has sold 18 million albums, just launched a Mezcal brand—and shows no signs of slowing down.
The Art World Is Booming. And So Are the Criminals, Forgers and Frauds in Its Midst.
With so much money flowing into the art world, hucksters can’t help but claim their share.
You Can Now Take a Virtual Tour of Patek Philippe’s Famous ‘Rare Handcrafts’ Exhibition
The virtual show allows you to view 59 extraordinary timepieces with expert commentary.
Patek Philippe Just Created a One-of-a-Kind Titanium Chronograph, and It’s Heading to Auction for Charity
The one-off is the first titanium Ref. 5270 and sports a distinctive green dial.
Chopard’s Karl-Friedrich Scheufele on Winemaking, Truffle Hunting and Restoring Vintage Cars
Scheufele and his sister Caroline have been running the 162-year-old Swiss jewelry and watch company since 2001.