A pair of skull-shaped wristwatches with hand-lacquered dials in bright colours.
Introducing the Hautlence Moebius, Inside a Wraparound Sapphire Crystal Case (with Original Photos & Price)Featuring a chain-link time display and double-axis tourbillon.
Elaborately reworked and decorated to resemble 19th century pocket watch movements.
"Hydro-mechanical" watchmaking gets a makeover making it more wearable and more affordable.
Iridescent ammolite and the most accurate moon phase display on a wristwatch.
The Spanish watchmaker broadens its offerings of vintage-inspired chronometers powered by historical Omega calibres.
The independent watchmaker's second generation triple tourbillon returns with a meteorite inlay dial
The extra-large, 44.5mm version of the quirky ISO.
An elaborate mechanism for the brand's very first date display.
Hands-On with the Hajime Asaoka Chronograph – a Classical Chronograph Constructed and Built by One ManAn accomplishment few other companies, let alone individual watchmakers, have notched up.