Introducing the F.P. Journe Historical Anniversary Tourbillon Wristwatch

It was 30 years ago that Francois-Paul Journe unveiled his first pocket watch to the world in 1983.  That watch demonstrated his unique yet traditional watchmaking savoir-faire and launched him into a three-decade-long success story. Today, in honor of that timepiece, Journe unveils a reinterpretation of that pocket watch in wrist watch format. Called the…

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5 Top Watchmaking Complications

Watch brands often refer to timepieces as having simple or complex complications. Generally every function of a watch that is in addition to its timekeeping role is an added complexity.  Essentially a complex watch offers added information and data. The more extra functions, information and data packed into a timepiece, the more complicated it is. …

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Up Close with the Ladies’Carl F. Bucherer Patravi EvoTec Big Date

The trend toward women’s cushion-shaped watches has roots in the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s when these styles were all the rage. Now savvy brands revisit the cushion-cornered square shape with sleek new looks. Such is the case with this stunning Carl F. Bucherer Patravi EvoTec BigDate watch. Crafted in 18-karat rose gold and set with…

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Audemars Piguet Unveils the Millenary Minute Repeater

A sheer beauty in terms of craftsmanship, complexity and design, the Audemars Piguet Millenary Minute Repeater makes it official debut on the market. Complete with the much-coveted AP escapement and double balance-spring, the new hand-wound repeater with small seconds subdial is a beauty to behold.  It is being created in rose gold with a white…

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Don’t Miss this Blue-Dialed Baume & Mercier Capeland Chrono

Blue dialed watches. They have a certain allure to them that can’t be paralleled. Such is the case with this incredibly bold and distinctive Baume & Mercier Capeland Chronograph with rich blue dial and red accents.  The 44mm steel watch (Ref. 10065) houses a  La Joux Perret 8120 automatic movement and offers tachymeter, telemeter and…

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Weekend Sojourn – Turquoise is the new Winter Hue

With cold weather around the corner, fashion takes a layered turn and accessories are front and center in terms of adding interest to your look.  While turquoise is often thought of for spring and summer, this year, the blue/green hues are taking a winter position. This warm color offers a beautiful pop that blends nicely…

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