My first ‘New Watch Alert’ for 2023, the Ref. 420 Triple Rotor ‘Guilloché’, is what I consider ‘essentially Paul’: unique ‘in-house’ watchmaking with a twinkling eye
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The unique architecture of the Academy’s striking dome (“lemon squeezer”) was inspiration for the artisanal guillochage on the movement of the Glashütte Original PanoInverse Limited Edition
Hands-on with the MING 27.02 – a novelty for 2021 but sold out already. Yet it´s just amazing what it has to offer at its prices, given its (unique) design and execution
Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images on the George Daniels ´Co-Axial Anniversary Watch` and we “the eclecticum” added some context
The Roma Synergy shows how carefully Kari Voutilainen interprets the work of a fellow integrated manufacturer
From Cerulean over Yves Klein to Ultra Marine– the many shades of blue might well be the penultimate instance of a Grand Feu enamel dial
The manufacture’s first automatic flying tourbillon is destined to adorn the wrists of discerning gentlemen.