Celebrity photographer ND Chow captures the essence of craftsmanship at the tiny workshop producing the finest watches in Japan.
Delving into why the most expensive watch ever sold is made of the least expensive of metals; plus how steel makes sense with slowing demand for modern luxury watches.
Award winning designer Larry Peh explores the evolution and use of typefaces in Lange wristwatches.
Hands-On with the Rolex Day-Date 40 “Arabic Dial” Special Edition; Plus a Brief History of the Arabic Day-DateExplaining the origins of the Rolex Day-Date with the Arabic script dial, plus a look at the ultra-rare platinum Day-Date 40 with Eastern Arabic numerals.
Japan's greatest inventor whose life span a formative period in the nation's history, Tanaka Hisashige built the Myriad Year Clock, a 1000-part masterpiece that's today a national treasure.
Slim, elegant watches are back in vogue, but that's not new.
Once upon a time HMT was amongst the largest watchmakers in the world, until it became defunct in 2016. Farzad Mistry charts its history and decline.
With the ever-increasing interest by watch aficionados in fine cloisonné enamel wristwatches, historian Ivan Ponzo offers a brief yet insightful analysis of their history and appeal.
We chronicle Omega's manufacturing of the Master Co-Axial, and the rigorous testing by the Swiss government's weights and measures agency.
An in-depth study of an iconic F.P. Journe tourbillon, explaining the serial numbers, production years and dial types.