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Some ultra-fine simple timepieces irrestably burst of watchmaking content, and the Roger Dubuis Hommage ‘Condottieri’ is certainly one of them

Geneva Watch Days: a first and (probably) a last – warm atmosphere, good spirit and lots of interesting watches to see

With the 2020 edition of its Master Control Collection, the ‘watchmaker’s watchmaker’ Jaeger-LeCoultre proves its fame

Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images and thoughts on Urban Jürgensen´s Reference 1140

A watch which surprises through its tactile qualities, and also one which is closer to history as it appears at first sight

With a refreshed design resembling marine chronometers and a finely gold-coloured movement, a technically advanced sleeper timekeeper finally awakes

Two classics get readily dressed for summer 2020. But in one case, there’s more to it…

Ferdinand Berthoud – an acclaimed watchmaker in the 18th century and reborn as a brand only in 2015 – old yet young with highest ambitions and idiosyncratic details

How to define the very best in watchmaking? the eclecticum looks beyond in-house and finishing…