Ultra-Rare Panerai Radiomir Type A Sells For Around £200,000
An authentic, ex-Italian Navy timepiece houses a Rolex-made 6152 movement.
How a meteorite hunter helped Louis Moinet create its latest space-inspired watches
Pieces of the heavens come down to earth.
See the stars light up your zodiac sign with Van Cleef & Arpel’s new astrology-inspired watches
The jeweller and watchmaker pushes creativity to new heights once again.
This movement created the Omega brand- and it’s having a comeback
19-Ligne Calibre masters of industrialisation.
Robb Reader: Audemars Piguet’s Michael L. Friedman
Fascinated in mechanics, engineering and time itself from his formative years, his career path has been driven by an insatiable hunger for knowledge....
Is Patek Philippe going up for sale?
The 180-year-old family-owned business could be worth $11.3 billion.
How in-house artisans are making this Jaeger-LeCoultre watch even more unique
Here's why it's available at such an attractive price.
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon Westminster Perpétuel is a $1.3 million...
The fabled watchmaker’s miniaturised multi-axis tourbillon headlines a case-load of complications.
Generation wise: An interview with Jean-Claude Biver
How an old-school watch industry doyen is planning for the youthquake of the future
50 years ago, the Omega Calibre 321 landed on the moon. Now the famous movement is coming back.
One of the world's most buzzworthy movements regains its speed.
Your Dive Watch Operates Just Like a Submarine
Here's how it works.
Patek Philippe, partners in time
A master marketer and technical genius making sophisticated mobile devices, the founders of Patek Philippe were the Jobs and Wozniak of their day.