The design of this watch is the natural consequence of technical choices.
Richard Mille's RM 012 architectural tourbillion is the world’s first wristwatch with a baseplate and bridge construction made from steel and
Featuring the renowned Valjoux 7750 movement, this timepiece measures elapsed time in seconds, minutes, and hours, while also displaying the
Available in both 18-karat white and rose gold, the Calatrava was originally launched in 2005.
Created in 1932, this is Patek Philippe’s signature model.
Available in 18-karat yellow gold with a special blue ceramic ring command bezel or in white gold with a special platinum ring command bezel;
The Freak turned watchmaking on its head when it was unveiled. The arrangement of parts was so unorthodox—it essentially had no true case.
The Trilogy Set pays homage to three famous names in astronomy: Galileo, Copernicus, and Johannes Kepler.
The Sonata Cathedral Dual Time is an in-house development, inspired by Dr.
The Egérie line is a feminine, elegant collection that combines modern grace and allure.
For its 250th anniversary, Vacheron Constantin spent more than 10,000 hours of research and development to create the most complex wristwatch
The Cabinet N° 5 watch in the Tradition d’Excellence collection, introduced in 2006, features the unique Audemars Piguet escapement.
This timepiece combines three complications rarely united within the same case: the minute repeater, the tourbillon, and the chronograph.
A new face to Audemars’ Edward Piguet collection, this tourbillon features an exclusive calendar system with the largest date display on the
To mark the inauguration of its new salon in the British capital, Harry Winston created the Westminster Tourbillon as a limited edition of ei
With its round cases and timeless classicism, the Patrimony line harks back to the purest tradition of watchmaking.
The Master Tourbillon is available in a limited edition of 300 pieces, featuring an automatic movement in a 43-mm platinum case on a crocodil
This chronograph was designed originally in 1952 as a wrist instrument for pilots.
Combining Cartier style with strong performance, the Pasha Seatimer takes the Pasha de Cartier line to the open water.
The RM 016 is something entirely different from the rest of the collection, yet it still retains the pure characteristics of the Richard Mill