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Backes & Strauss: The Regent Beau Brummell Tourbillon Pocket Watch

There was a time where wristwatches were an idea that was a mere figment of...
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Blancpain Welcomes A New Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe

Since the 1950s Blancpain have been known as the name connected with only t...
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Clear As A Bell: The Hublot Cathedral Minute Repeater

The sonorous tolling of cathedral bells is a sound many of us will be famil...
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Worth Its Weight In Gold: The Urwerk Ur-105 Raging Gold

Some like light, slim, pared-down watches, some adore the opposite. When it...
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Bovet By Pininfarina

There’s not all that much point attempting to list the various areas...
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The Panerai Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio

Most devout watch collectors today are pretty familiar with Panerai’s...
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The Highlights: Salon Qp 2016

Salon QP may be recent history now, yet the pieces shown will have collecto...
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Skulls: Not Just For Halloween

Around this time of year you can’t help but notice a profusion of sku...
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Interview With Paolo Pininfarina

Of all the design studios in Italy – and there are more than a handfu...
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355 Years To Remember At Salon Qp

It’s that time of the year once again where the watch world descends...
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The Rolex Daytona Is The Watch Of 2016.

What makes something desirable? Taste is, of course, subjective but let&rsq...
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Mb&F: On A Roll (Bar)

Looking at MB&F it’s pretty obvious they’re a watchmaker fo...
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Time To Design: Panerai At The London Design Festival

Between Asif Khan’s MINI LIVING Forests installation in Shoreditch an...
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Parmigiani: Older Than Years

This year Parmigiani celebrated its twentieth birthday. It’s a respec...
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The Many Faces Of Pininfarina

The Pininfarina name is at times inseparable from the automotive world, and...
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Vacheron: The Consummate Revivalists

As the oldest, continuously operating watchmaker in the world, it’s f...
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Greubel Forsey: 30° Of Distinction

Greubel Forsey are the quintessential collector’s watchmakers. Though...
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Hublot, Football And The Euros

Hublot loves football. It’s more than a tagline, more than a hashtag...
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Heavy Metal: The Ur-105

Most of us assume that telling the time is pretty simple; there are seconds...
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Urwerk: Perceptions Of Time

Felix Baumgartner isn’t known for his watchmaking skills as much as h...
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Greubel Forsey: Saviours Of Tradition

When we discuss hand-made watches, most of the time it would be more accura...
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Hublot: 50 Days To The Tank

A power reserve’s a funny thing; like loved ones, your mobile phone a...
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Backes & Strauss: Jewel In The Crown

Dating back to 1789, Backes & Strauss is a name revered in the glitteri...
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Vacheron Constantin: A Matter Of Style

As Shakespeare once said, among his library of quotable lines, ‘the c...
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Backes & Strauss: The Making Of A Diamond

A diamond is millions of years in the making. Millenia of heat and pressure...
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The Masterpieces Of Maurice Lacroix

If on some whim you identified a pressing need to psychoanalyse Maurice Lac...
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Up To The Minute Repeater

Of all the archaisms of horology, possibly the most quintessential is the m...
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Cartier'S Driven New Collection

Despite the name, the Drive de Cartier isn’t a driving watch in the s...
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Blancpain'S 480 Diamond-Clad Tourbillon

Diamonds are spectacular. Tourbillons are spectacular. For different reason...
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The Prestige Of Patek Philippe

Of all the names in watchmaking, be they old or new, classical or avant gar...
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Mb&F'S Creative Clockmaking

“A creative adult is a child who survived.” It’s not hard...
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The House Of Backes & Strauss

The most exquisite of bejewelled creations deserve their own showcases, and...
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Blancpain Villeret Calendrier Chinois Traditionnel

One of the oldest calendar systems in the world, the Chinese calendar is al...
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Backes & Strauss: The Regent Beau Brummell Tourbillon Pocket Watch

There was a time where wristwatches were an idea that was a mere figment of the imagination. Time instead found its home in more ornate pieces, stunni...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Blancpain Welcomes a New Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe

Since the 1950s Blancpain have been known as the name connected with only the very best diving watches in the world. Originally launching the first mo...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Clear as a Bell: The Hublot Cathedral Minute Repeater

The sonorous tolling of cathedral bells is a sound many of us will be familiar with, but it seems like unusual inspiration for a watchmaker. It’...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Worth its Weight in Gold: The Urwerk UR-105 Raging Gold

Some like light, slim, pared-down watches, some adore the opposite. When it comes to Urwerk however, it becomes apparent just how much of an opposite...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Bovet by Pininfarina

There’s not all that much point attempting to list the various areas Pininfarina has applied their particular brand of Italian aestheticism. Whe...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Panerai Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio

Most devout watch collectors today are pretty familiar with Panerai’s story but for those a little less versed it goes a little something like t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Highlights: Salon QP 2016

Salon QP may be recent history now, yet the pieces shown will have collectors mulling over the annual luxury watch fair all the way until a new batch...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Skulls: Not Just for Halloween

Around this time of year you can’t help but notice a profusion of skulls everywhere you look. Happy, grinning Halloween skulls, those of a more...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Interview with Paolo Pininfarina

Of all the design studios in Italy – and there are more than a handful well worth the name – few are in quite the same league as Pininfari...
READ FULL ARTICLE

355 Years to Remember at Salon QP

It’s that time of the year once again where the watch world descends on London. Rather than the intense spectacle that is Baselworld or the unco...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Rolex Daytona is the watch of 2016.

What makes something desirable? Taste is, of course, subjective but let’s have a quick go at drawing up a blanket definition. Something might be...
READ FULL ARTICLE

MB&F: On a Roll (Bar)

Looking at MB&F it’s pretty obvious they’re a watchmaker for whom anything goes. Building a perpetual calendar from the ground-up? Com...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Time to Design: Panerai at the London Design Festival

Between Asif Khan’s MINI LIVING Forests installation in Shoreditch and the giant wooden ‘Smile’ next to the Tate Britain courtesy of...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Parmigiani: Older Than Years

This year Parmigiani celebrated its twentieth birthday. It’s a respectable landmark to be sure, even by watchmaking standards. Yet what makes th...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Many Faces of Pininfarina

The Pininfarina name is at times inseparable from the automotive world, and for good reason. They have after all helped shape arguably the most famous...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Vacheron: The Consummate Revivalists

As the oldest, continuously operating watchmaker in the world, it’s fair to say Vacheron Constantin have a fair amount of history to fall back o...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Greubel Forsey: 30° of Distinction

Greubel Forsey are the quintessential collector’s watchmakers. Though their pieces are few in number, each is a magnificent example of the horol...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Hublot, Football and the Euros

Hublot loves football. It’s more than a tagline, more than a hashtag – though it is both – it’s an indisputable fact. In the p...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Heavy Metal: The UR-105

Most of us assume that telling the time is pretty simple; there are seconds, minutes and hours, all shown with hands. It’s clear, effective and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Urwerk: Perceptions of Time

Felix Baumgartner isn’t known for his watchmaking skills as much as his atmosphere-brushing daredevilry. He probably has the necessary steady ha...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Greubel Forsey: Saviours of Tradition

When we discuss hand-made watches, most of the time it would be more accurate to say hand-assembled. Understandably, given the number of parts and deg...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Hublot: 50 Days to the Tank

A power reserve’s a funny thing; like loved ones, your mobile phone and a decent Wi-Fi connection, you only really notice it when it’s gon...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Backes & Strauss: Jewel in the Crown

Dating back to 1789, Backes & Strauss is a name revered in the glittering world of diamonds. The oldest diamond specialist still in existence, the...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Vacheron Constantin: A Matter of Style

As Shakespeare once said, among his library of quotable lines, ‘the clothes make the man.’ It might seem a little shallow in the grand sch...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Backes & Strauss: The Making of a Diamond

A diamond is millions of years in the making. Millenia of heat and pressure somehow compress humble carbon into one of the hardest, most valuable and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Masterpieces of Maurice Lacroix

If on some whim you identified a pressing need to psychoanalyse Maurice Lacroix, you’d find a split personality worthy of Harvey Dent. On the on...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Up to the Minute Repeater

Of all the archaisms of horology, possibly the most quintessential is the minute repeater. When any digital device has some kind of alarm as standard,...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Cartier's Driven New Collection

Despite the name, the Drive de Cartier isn’t a driving watch in the same vein as Parmigiani’s Bugatti, MB&F’s HM5 or anything wi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Blancpain's 480 Diamond-Clad Tourbillon

Diamonds are spectacular. Tourbillons are spectacular. For different reasons, yes, but both are stunning works of artisan ingenuity. Put them together...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Prestige of Patek Philippe

Of all the names in watchmaking, be they old or new, classical or avant garde, none carry the same gravitas as Patek Philippe. Oh there’s plenty...
READ FULL ARTICLE

MB&F's Creative Clockmaking

“A creative adult is a child who survived.” It’s not hard to retroactively apply MB&F’s maxim for 2015 to the watch and cl...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The House of Backes & Strauss

The most exquisite of bejewelled creations deserve their own showcases, and it’s hard to find those more stunning than the fine timepieces of Ba...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Blancpain Villeret CALENDRIER CHINOIS TRADITIONNEL

One of the oldest calendar systems in the world, the Chinese calendar is also one of the most complicated. While the Gregorian version sticks to days,...
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Bovet: The Flying Tourbillon Ottantasei

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