Armin Strom Unveils Pure Resonance Salmon Watch With Dial By Voutilainen

Armin Strom Pure Resonance Salmon Special Edition watch.

  It is always wonderful when independent watch brands collaborate to achieve the finest outcomes. The newest Armin Strom Pure Resonance Salmon Special Edition watch is a perfect example. The vintage-inspired salmon dial is handcrafted by master artisan  Kari Voutilainen. The new watch follows the Sky Blue dial and the green dial versions previously made…

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Introducing The Arnold & Son Ultra-Thin Tourbillon (UTT) With Cosmic Dials

Arnold & Son Ultrathin Tourbillon (UTT)

By Gordon Henderson Newly released by Arnold & Sons are two ultrathin tourbillons, one in  18-karat 5N rose gold and the other in 950 platinum. As sophisticated as the complication and as special as the rare metals used for the pieces, the artistic finishings take the watches to the next level of the intersection of…

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Review:  Tutima Unveils M2 Seven Seas S Collection With Gradient Dials

Tutima M2 Seven Seas S watch

  Known for its aviation and dive-inspired watches, German brand Tutima Glashütte offers one of the best quality/value propositions on the market. Now, the brand does it again with its newest  M2 Seven Seas S series of watches with boldly colored gradient (or de’grade’) dials with distinctive highlights. Crafted in stainless steel (hence, the “S”),…

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A Closer Look At The A. Lange & Sohne Minute Repeater And Titanium Odysseus

A. Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Minute Repeater

German watch brand A. Lange & Sohne is one of the most sought-after brands by serious watch collectors today. Not only are its timepieces exclusive and created in limited numbers, but also, they offer some of the most subtle German-influenced clean designs on the market. This year, when everyone was wondering if there was anything…

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Nautilus Painting By Gerald Genta Fetches $727,000 At Sotheby’s But There’s Still A Chance To Own A Genta Original

Painting of the Patek Philippe Nautilus by Gerald Genta.

Watch lovers who only dreamed of owning a Gerald Genta piece, may still have a chance at the remaining two Sotheby’s “Gerald Genta: Icon of Time” auctions in May and June, But you have missed the chance to buy his original design painting of the Patek Philippe Nautilus he created 50 years ago.  That went…

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Cartier CEO Cyrille Vigneron Talks Design Strategies And Sustainability

Rotonde de Cartier watch, Masse Mystérieuse

  During the recent Watches & Wonder Geneva exhibition, I secured a one-on-one interview with Cartier International’s CEO and President, Cyrille Vigneron. It was an exciting exhibition for Cartier, which released a world’s first mechanical wonder that was eight years in the making, some spectacular métiers d’Arts pieces using marquetry, miniature painting and more, and…

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