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Oris James Morrison Academy of Music Limited Edition watch

Made in honor of the contemporary Australian jazz musician James Morrison, and his ongoing contribution to the development of the next generation of jazz musicians, Oris unveils yet another winner in its Jazz collection: the James Morrison Academy of Music Limited Edition watch. The timepiece supports his eponymous music academy in Australia. The 38mm watch…

Omega Unveils Updated Iconic Seamaster Bullhead Chronograph

We posted on facebook about this watch yesterday – but we received so many emails that it made sense to post it here. This stunning vintage Omega Seamaster Bullhead is a  re-issued limited edition version of the original — a rare piece launched in 1969. The watch is characterized by its  symmetrical case and bezel…

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Exclusive: Inside the Tourbillon Room at Breguet

It is common knowledge in the watch world that Abraham-Louis Breguet invented the tourbillon — a highly precise mechanism that eliminates certain problems in accuracy due to the effects of gravity when the watch is in certain positions.  Breguet first conceived of the tourbillon in 1795, though it was not patented until 1801, and not…

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4 Most Impressive Clocks in the Palace of Versailles and Petit Trianon

While in Paris last week with Breguet  on an exciting trip to experience the past and present of the brand (we bring you more about that in the next weeks) – we had the wonderful opportunity to visit the Palace of Versailles (complete with a private tour of the rarely open Kings Chambers) and the…

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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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A Close-Up Look at Jacob & Co.’s SF24 – on the Wrist

In today’s watchmaking world, several brands recognize that a little touch of added dimension goes a long way. Such is the case with the new Jacob & Co. SF24 watch.  This timepiece is a wonderful blend of past, present and future.  Crafted in micro-blasted 18-karat rose gold, the watch features an open-work dial for viewing…

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