The Daniel Roth Double-Faced Tourbillon Ref. 187 has that heft, solidity and old-world charm – masterfully illustrated with photography by Ming Thein
Third time’s a charm: three column wheels, three clutches – and three iterations to perfect it
With a refreshed design resembling marine chronometers and a finely gold-coloured movement, a technically advanced sleeper timekeeper finally awakes
Also, a splendid reminder to a time when in-house movements were really exotic – particularly if they were of tonneau shape and exceeded more than one-week power reserve
The famous watchmaker from Geneva is an obvious candidate, isn’t it?
How to define the very best in watchmaking? the eclecticum looks beyond in-house and finishing…
Hand Made – that’s one of the real complications in watchmaking of today, isn’t it?