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Bernard Richards Manufacture BRM

R-50-MK-AO

£18,000
SevenFriday

M2/01 Timepiece

£1,548
Maurice Lacroix

Masterpiece Skeleton

£4,000
Urwerk

Urwerk UR105TA All Black

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Parmigiani Fleurier

Bugatti Aerolithe

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Moira Fine Jewellery

GATTLE ART DECO COCKTAIL WATCH

£24,000
Vivienne Westwood

BROWN SWISS WATCH

£1,500
A. Lange & Sohne

Zeitwerk Minute Repeater

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Boucheron

EPURE TOURBILLON

£102,000
Breguet

Minute Repeater 7637

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Breitling

BENTLEY SUPERSPORTS B55

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Corum

GOLDEN BRIDGE

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Girard-Perregaux

TOURBILLON WITH THREE GOLD BRIDGES 38 MM

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Backes & Strauss

The Piccadilly Chronograph

£36,000
CZAPEK & CIE

Quai des Bergues Lady N°11

£8,800
Linde Werdelin

SpidoSpeed Gold

£27,360
Bernard Richards Manufacture BRM

R50-TN-OR

£24,900
SevenFriday

M2/03 by Rocketbyz

From £1,200
Maurice Lacroix

Masterpiece Gravity

£7,690
Urwerk

UR-210 Timepiece

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Blancpain

CALENDRIER CHINOIS TRADITIONNEL

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Vivienne Westwood

Black SWISS WATCH

£1,500
Breitling

CHRONOLINER

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Corum

HERITAGE Minute Repeater

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Backes & Strauss

The Regent Beau Brummell Green

£13,800
Linde Werdelin

Oktopus Moon Gold 3DTP Carbon

£25,440
Bernard Richards Manufacture BRM

V12-44-GT-CDUK

£4,965
SevenFriday

M-SERIES WATCH M1/05

£1,170
Urwerk

UR-103 Platinum

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Linde Werdelin

Oktopus Moon Tattoo

£31,200
SevenFriday

V2/01 Timepiece

£1,308
Backes & Strauss

The Regent Steel 3228

£18,400
Linde Werdelin

SPIDOLITE TITANIUM

£12,480
SevenFriday

M2/02 Timepiece

£1,710
Backes & Strauss

The Piccadilly Renaissance 33

£32,700
SevenFriday

P3/04 Kuka Timepiece

£1,080
SevenFriday

M1/01 Timepiece

£1,338

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Luxury Lifestyle

Linde Werdelin

Bespoke Service

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Senturion

SENTURION RACING METEOR

From £38,000
Chopard

L.U.C LUNAR BIG DATE

£22,120
Tudor Watches

TUDOR PELAGOS LHD

£3,020
London Connoisseur

Tempus Clock by Ben Rousseau

From £10,140 - £11,940
Rodask

Rodask Uniqua

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SEVENFRIDAY M2-03 by Rocketbyz - Artist

Girard Perregaux Neo Bridges 2017

Breitling Bentley Supersports B55

BREMONT Boeing 100

Breguet Minute Repeater


News and features

Paul Smith: Fashionably Timeless

These days it’s hard to tell whether a watch is more a necessity or a...
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Ben Rousseau: Clocking On

Colchester is the oldest recorded town in England, the capital of Roman Bri...
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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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Glashütte Original Head Back To The Swinging Sixties

Known to be one of the leading German watchmakers whose history spans back...
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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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Sevenfriday & Rocketbyz: Live Your Passion

Sevenfriday are a watch brand that continually breaks boundaries. Unafraid...
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Equestrian Elegance: Attelage By Pequignet

Though they may only have forty years of heritage behind them, in many ways...
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U-Boat:  A Bold Approach To Precious

U-BOAT does not create watches that you would immediately associate with ge...
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U-Boat’S Action Star Classico

What would you consider a big watch? 42mm? 46? The likelihood is that the o...
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Parmigiani: Revisiting The Metrographe

It’s that time of year in the watch world where lines are drawn, new...
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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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Linde Werdelin’S Final Frontier

Linde Werdelin has taken their watches to some pretty extreme locations ove...
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Sevenfriday: Free To Walk

Just a glance at any one of the watches by SEVENFRIDAY will let you know th...
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Brm Corvette

When it comes to Le Mans you can’t help but think of the big guns; th...
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Sevenfriday: Personality Split Three Ways

Seven Friday isn’t an haute horology maison or an extreme sports manu...
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Bovet By Pininfarina

There’s not all that much point attempting to list the various areas...
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Classically Feminine: The Quai Des Bergue Lady

Since they launched last year, Czapek & Cie have certainly made a splas...
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Faberge’S Watchmaking Vision

Creating a watch to tell two time zones at once sounds like a pretty simple...
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Tudor’S Left-Hand Drive

1 in 10 people in the UK are left-handed. It doesn’t sound like a hug...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A.Lange & Söhne: The Road From Dresden

A.Lange & Söhne is a name to get any watch collector’s heart...
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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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Mb&F: Written In The Stars

MB&F is built on collaboration; it’s in the name after all, and M...
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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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Parmigiani’S Pearl Anniversary

Parmigiani’s always been a paragon of women’s watchmaking. In t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Interview With Paolo Pininfarina

Of all the design studios in Italy – and there are more than a handfu...
READ FULL ARTICLE

355 Years To Remember At Salon Qp

It’s that time of the year once again where the watch world descends...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Finding The Perfect Gift

Gifting isn’t the easiest process in the world. It’s a finely t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chopard: 20 Years Of L.U.C

When it comes to watchmaking, the words ‘in-house’ are more imp...
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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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Jaeger-Lecoultre Reverso Gyrotourbillon - A Masterpiece Of Watchmaking.

A Tourbillon is two things. Firstly, it’s an arcane invention by Abra...
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Business Travelling In Style

In a world growing smaller, face-to-face business is more important than ev...
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Mb&F: Balthazar’S Dark Side

Of all the many clocks, contraptions and complications MB&F have reveal...
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Parmigiani: Time Clad In Crystal

We have a special place in our hearts for the table clock here at Luxios. T...
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Pequignet: Fabriqué En France

Pequignet is a rarity, a fact that we still consider slightly strange. Afte...
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The Hidden Treasures Of Parmigiani Fleurier

Twenty years ago a new name appeared on the horological landscape. Characte...
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Pequignet: Calibre Royalty

For a fashion house style is everything; for a watchmaker it is most certai...
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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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Cartier Makes Magic

It’s no understatement to say that Cartier have been creating magic f...
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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...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Heavy Metal: The Ur-105

Most of us assume that telling the time is pretty simple; there are seconds...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Urwerk: Perceptions Of Time

Felix Baumgartner isn’t known for his watchmaking skills as much as h...
READ FULL ARTICLE

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...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A Unique Linde Werdelin

You can’t help but notice a Linde Werdelin. Not in the same way as yo...
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Backes & Strauss: Imperial Beauty

There’s a lot of value to a name. Get it wrong and you’ll find...
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Brm’S Racing Colours

"Greys, blacks, these dark colours are hard to digest in our times......
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Parmigiani Take On The Chiron

  With an estimated top speed of 261 mph, 1,500 horsepower and styl...
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Sevenfriday: All About Attitude

“A guy walks up to me and asks, "What's Punk?". So I ki...
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Backes & Strauss: Jewel In The Crown

Dating back to 1789, Backes & Strauss is a name revered in the glitteri...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Jaquet Droz In Bloom

It may be a generalisation that most haute horology is saved for men’...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Brm: A Racing Spirit

Given the focus on both watches and cars in terms of precision and eng...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Vacheron Constantin: A Matter Of Style

As Shakespeare once said, among his library of quotable lines, ‘the c...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Czapek & Cie: Contemporary Classicism

Czapek & Cie is all but defined by the classical tenets of watchmaking....
READ FULL ARTICLE

Linde Werdelin Equip The Frogmen

Military equipment is more than run of the mill. It needs to be able to sur...
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Sevenfriday: Disruptive Watchmaking

A tourbillon rotates elements of a watch movement in order to offset the ef...
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The Simple Skeleton From Maurice Lacroix

Skeleton movements accompany a good number of haute horology timepieces, gr...
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Czapek & Cie: Rebirth Of A Legend

Throughout the annals of horological history, many a watchmaker has been re...
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Holding Onto History: The Story Of Parmigiani

Haute horology is nothing if not traditional; the skills that go into the f...
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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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Linde Werdelin: Instrumental Watchmaking

There are plenty of watches out there that purport to be instruments; instr...
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The Mysterious Masterpiece Of Maurice Lacroix

If on some whim you identified a pressing need to psychoanalyse Maurice Lac...
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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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The Darkly Diamond-Clad Chimera

Ironically given their name, a U-BOAT watch is impossible to miss. Designer...
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Mb&F: Let It Shine

It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan or would prefer to keep their...
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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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A Grand Romance: Van Cleef & Arpels

There's something innately romantic about jewellery; whether it’s...
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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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Women'S Haute Horology

Women not of a horologically-inclined disposition could be excused for assu...
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Paul Smith: Fashionably Timeless

These days it’s hard to tell whether a watch is more a necessity or a status symbol. After all, it is so often about aesthetics and the name att...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ben Rousseau: Clocking On

Colchester is the oldest recorded town in England, the capital of Roman Britain nearly 2000 years’ ago. As a boy growing up in Colchester, desig...
READ FULL ARTICLE

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...
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Glashütte Original Head Back to The Swinging Sixties

Known to be one of the leading German watchmakers whose history spans back to the mid 19th century, it’s safe to say that Glashütte Origina...
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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...
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Sevenfriday & Rocketbyz: Live Your Passion

Sevenfriday are a watch brand that continually breaks boundaries. Unafraid of going against the status quo and following their passions to the full, t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Equestrian Elegance: Attelage by Pequignet

Though they may only have forty years of heritage behind them, in many ways Pequignet remain as traditional as some of the older watchmakers in the wo...
READ FULL ARTICLE

U-BOAT:  A Bold Approach to Precious

U-BOAT does not create watches that you would immediately associate with gemstones and glamour. Sure, the marque have made a number of very luxurious...
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U-BOAT’s Action Star Classico

What would you consider a big watch? 42mm? 46? The likelihood is that the one you’re wearing right now is somewhere in that region, if not a lit...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Parmigiani: Revisiting the Metrographe

It’s that time of year in the watch world where lines are drawn, new releases hinted at and hype begins to build ahead of SIHH 2017. Baselworld...
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

Linde Werdelin’s Final Frontier

Linde Werdelin has taken their watches to some pretty extreme locations over the years. Their original timepieces were conceived on a mountainside and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

SEVENFRIDAY: Free To Walk

Just a glance at any one of the watches by SEVENFRIDAY will let you know that they are a company with a difference. Forward thinking, engaging and bri...
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BRM CORVETTE

When it comes to Le Mans you can’t help but think of the big guns; the Ford GT, the plethora of Porsche 911s to have won and Bentley’s ent...
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SevenFriday: Personality Split Three Ways

Seven Friday isn’t an haute horology maison or an extreme sports manufacturer. They don’t spend thousands of hours meticulously assembling...
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

Classically Feminine: The Quai des Bergue Lady

Since they launched last year, Czapek & Cie have certainly made a splash. Granted the heritage of the name is impressive in and of itself –...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Faberge’s Watchmaking Vision

Creating a watch to tell two time zones at once sounds like a pretty simple task, provided you’re a watchmaker at least. Yet while the basic pri...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Tudor’s Left-Hand Drive

1 in 10 people in the UK are left-handed. It doesn’t sound like a huge amount really; I personally know less than a left-handful of them. Yet in...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A.Lange & Söhne: The Road from Dresden

A.Lange & Söhne is a name to get any watch collector’s heart racing. Their roots may go back to the early 19th century, but one of the...
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

MB&F: Written in the Stars

MB&F is built on collaboration; it’s in the name after all, and Maximilian Busser has a lot of friends. Clocks courtesy of L'Epée...
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

Parmigiani’s Pearl Anniversary

Parmigiani’s always been a paragon of women’s watchmaking. In the past, where many brands simply downsized men’s pieces, they dedica...
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

Finding the Perfect Gift

Gifting isn’t the easiest process in the world. It’s a finely tuned balance, one that failure to achieve can turn what should be an occasi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chopard: 20 years of L.U.C

When it comes to watchmaking, the words ‘in-house’ are more important than ever. Ever since Swatch Group pulled the plug on their supplies...
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

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Gyrotourbillon - a masterpiece of watchmaking.

A Tourbillon is two things. Firstly, it’s an arcane invention by Abraham-Louis Breguet dating back to the late 18th century. It improves the acc...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Business Travelling in Style

In a world growing smaller, face-to-face business is more important than ever. Emails, phone calls, even video chat just isn’t the same as that...
READ FULL ARTICLE

MB&F: Balthazar’s Dark Side

Of all the many clocks, contraptions and complications MB&F have revealed over the past few years – and that number is pretty substantial &n...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Parmigiani: Time Clad in Crystal

We have a special place in our hearts for the table clock here at Luxios. There’s something wonderfully archaic about the contraptions, whether...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Pequignet: Fabriqué en France

Pequignet is a rarity, a fact that we still consider slightly strange. After all, there are plenty of French maisons in various fields that epitomise...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Hidden Treasures of Parmigiani Fleurier

Twenty years ago a new name appeared on the horological landscape. Characterised by their mechanical designs with a distinct baroque flair, these time...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Pequignet: Calibre Royalty

For a fashion house style is everything; for a watchmaker it is most certainly not. There are all too many watchmakers out there who forget that fact,...
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

Cartier Makes Magic

It’s no understatement to say that Cartier have been creating magic for generations. Known as “The Jeweller of Kings” and renowned w...
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

A Unique Linde Werdelin

You can’t help but notice a Linde Werdelin. Not in the same way as you would some of the gargantuan, carbon fibre, skeletonised beasts out there...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Backes & Strauss: Imperial Beauty

There’s a lot of value to a name. Get it wrong and you’ll find it hard to be taken seriously, no matter how exceptional the item in questi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

BRM’s Racing Colours

"Greys, blacks, these dark colours are hard to digest in our times... we need a little cheer!" French though Bernard Richards may be, h...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Parmigiani Take On the Chiron

  With an estimated top speed of 261 mph, 1,500 horsepower and styling that puts even the record-breaking Veyron to shame, Bugatti’s new...
READ FULL ARTICLE

SevenFriday: All About Attitude

“A guy walks up to me and asks, "What's Punk?". So I kick over a garbage can and say "that's punk!" So he...
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

Jaquet Droz in Bloom

It may be a generalisation that most haute horology is saved for men’s watches, but it’s one that rings rather true most of the time. Cons...
READ FULL ARTICLE

BRM: A Racing Spirit

Given the focus on both watches and cars in terms of precision and engineering, it's no wonder the two have found a certain symergy. Practica...
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

Czapek & Cie: Contemporary Classicism

Czapek & Cie is all but defined by the classical tenets of watchmaking. What else would you expect from a legacy that dates back to the early care...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Linde Werdelin Equip the Frogmen

Military equipment is more than run of the mill. It needs to be able to survive the harshest of conditions and emerge the other side not just working...
READ FULL ARTICLE

SEVENFRIDAY: Disruptive Watchmaking

A tourbillon rotates elements of a watch movement in order to offset the effect gravity has on the accuracy over time, of the timepiece. Good to know,...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Simple Skeleton from Maurice Lacroix

Skeleton movements accompany a good number of haute horology timepieces, granting an unmarred glimpse into their impossibly complex mechanisms. Throug...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Czapek & Cie: Rebirth of a Legend

Throughout the annals of horological history, many a watchmaker has been relegated to obscurity. There are plenty of different reasons that can happen...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Holding Onto History: The Story of Parmigiani

Haute horology is nothing if not traditional; the skills that go into the finest timepieces have been handed down over decades and centuries, with mos...
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

Linde Werdelin: Instrumental Watchmaking

There are plenty of watches out there that purport to be instruments; instruments for professionals, instruments for pilots, divers, drivers and instr...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Mysterious Masterpiece 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

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...
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The Darkly Diamond-Clad Chimera

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£24,900

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