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Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers "Bid for the Louvre" watch.

From now until December 15, watch lovers can get bid on a bespoke one-of-a-kind Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinoties watch that is up for auction at the Louvre Museum. Held by the Louve and Christie’s (with the support of Drouot), the “Bid for the Louvre” auction (Dec. 1-15), benefits the Louve Museum in Paris and Vacheron…

A Moment in Time: Master Watchmaker Roger Dubuis

As a young boy living in a quiet village in Switzerland, Roger Dubuis was tasked with helping the local cobbler ring the church bells on Sunday morning. Little did anyone know that this important chore would change his life forever. Every week, he would walk to the church tower and climb hundreds upon hundreds of…

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Off the Cuff: Panerai Radiomir 10 Days GMT

Recently, we had the opportunity to take a close up look at Panerai — the watch that is renowned for its oversized zeal, underwater adventures and unique Paneristi following.  While the brand has some great new timepieces — especialy in its composit materials — this one really strikes a chord with us thanks to its around-the-world…

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Around the World: Zenith Celebrates New Pilot Watches

Historical watchJust a couple of weeks ago in Paris, I had the distinct pleasure of joining Zenith at the world famous Muse’e des Arts et Me’tiers in Paris to celebrate the Pilot collection by Zenith. This brand, founded in 1865, accompanied Louis Ble’riot on his flight over the English Channel in 1909 – making him…

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Time Capsules: Product – Harry Winston Unveils Ladies’ Moon Phase Watch

At the recent TimeCrafters Show in NYC, the iconic luxury watch and jewelry maker, Harry Winston, unveiled its newest, extremely captivating Midnight Moon Phase timepieces. Part of the Midnight Collection™, these two new watches offer a romantic interpretation of the moonphase complication, wherein the moon and stars peek out from behind the branches of trees…

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Off the Cuff: Complicated Watches Don’t Get Much Better – The IWC Portuguese Sidereal Scafusia

Granted, the name is a mouthful, but the IWC Portuguese Siderale Scafusia deserves a mouthful. It was 10 years in the research and development stages and is a masterpiece of haute horlogerie. The watch offers sidereal time, solar time and astronomical displays, among other functions, and is the most complex watch ever created by IWC.…

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Trend Report: High-Jeweled Watches Inspired by Nature

These avian inspirations make time take flight, combining multiple modes of artistic diligence with enamel work, gem setting, sculpt­ing, and engraving. They are works of art that perfectly reflect nature, giving women the sense of gratification and pride that only a true piece of wearable art can bring. Cartier Tourbillon watch ($221,000) features a kingfisher…

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Cool Watches – Finally, a Swiss Tourbillon you can Afford!

Before the release of this watch, the purchase of a Swiss-made tourbillon would cost way upwards of $75,000 – $80,000. Now,  Frederique Constant unveils te new Slimline Tourbillon Manufacture (in two versions) that makes buying this magnificent feat of watchmaking incredibly more affordable. The brand offers either a stainless steel version or a stainless steel…

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