The Patek Philippe reference 7059 is an unusual creature, a delicately small ladies' wristwatch equipped with one of the most gorgeous and refined chronograph movements, the split-seconds calibre CHR 27-525 PS. We take a detailed look at the ref. 7059, complete with original photographs.
A world time wristwatch equipped with a deadbeat seconds movement, the Geophysic Universal Time is a modern take on Jaeger-LeCoultre's classic explorer's timepiece. Here's a hands-on look, complete with original photos, review and pricing.
The 1815 Tourbillon Handwerkskunst is a 30-piece limited edition with a hand-engraved dial and gorgeously finished movement. Here's an up close look at the watch, complete with original photos, specs and the price.
Inspired by high quality, 19th century pocket watch movements, the movement inside Moritz Grossmann Benu is gorgeous and truly high quality.
Uncharacteristically classical for an MB&F wristwatch, the LM101 Frost is inspired by 18th century pocket watches with its finely frosted finish in yellow gold gilt.
Ralph Lauren frequently takes inspiration from his Bugatti 57SC Atlantic for his timepieces, with the RL Automotive Skeleton the latest timepiece to be modelled on the convertible. And it happens to be powered by a skeletonised IWC movement.
A famous name in 18th century watchmaking has been resurrected in grand style with the impressive Ferdinand Berthoud FB 1 Chronometer featuring a tourbillon regulator as well as chain and fusee.
A vintage-style wristwatch powered by a bona fide in-house movement, for a relatively accessible price, the recently introduced Geophysic True Second is all of what Jaeger-LeCoultre excels in.