A three-quarter plate, gold chatons, blued steel screws for under US$5000.
An enormous number, but not, perhaps, a surprise (and a Journe in disguise went for less).
Four in-house movements and his own patent-pending escapement.
Establishing the independent watchmaker's creations as modern grails.
With former CEO Pierre Jacques back in charge.
Stainless steel and available only on-line.
The horloger genevoise passes away at 80. Here's how the man, and the brand, came to be.
Enamel dial and steel case for an affordable, handsome watch. And another...
Damascus steel from the 19th century on a Chronomètre Souverain.
A traditional pendulum regulator clock in polymer and carbon fibre.