The new timepiece, limited to just 28 pieces, reveals its acoustic watchmaking mechanism through the front of the dial.
The year’s newest timepieces testify to Switzerland’s enduring love for watches that take their cues from the heavens.
The new timepiece celebrates a groundbreaking historical event by preserving it in a time capsule.
In a departure from their traditional approach, watchmakers are using their know-how to design timepieces that offer value rather than complexity.
A “magic blue” dial makes this Louis Moinet stand out from the pack.
Why have one tourbillon when you can have a pair?
Contenders in the GPHG 2017 (Grand Prix D’Horlogerie de Genève) have been announced—and we speculate on who the winners might be.
As brands look to satisfy the growing call for individuality, watch engraving is more popular than ever…
The lot includes a leather case and Robb Report’s 2016 Best of the Best trophy for men’s watch design…