The emblematic collection welcomes a new timepiece featuring a bold and daring design. Its black ceramic case beautifully compliments the forged titanium case-back. The bezel includes a ring with a graduated white enamel diving scale. The collection’s characteristic wave pattern laser-engraved in positive relief reveals a captivating play of light and perspective, while Super-LumiNova-coated hands and hour-markers ensure optimal readability.
This soberly understated model highlights the beauty of the minute repeater, providing an opportunity to admire the choreography performed by the hammers and gongs on a black lacquered dial, stripped of any markings or logo. The gongs, which are fitted on a single level in order to preserve the slenderness of the timepiece, must be curved so as not to encroach on the flying tourbillon and to respect the purity of the design. The alligator leather strap sets the finishing touch to the elegance of this creation.
The crystalline walls of this piece reveal a new dimension of the iconic movement. Housed in an all-sapphire case, the eminently contemporary tourbillon is lit up to its very depths. The one-of-a-piece case middle with its rounded sides encompasses this mechanical complexity while glorifying its very essence. The movement appears to be floating weightless, with only the anchor points remaining, while the sandblasted and blackened titanium bridges accentuate the modern look of this model.
This unique 47mm creation sets a spectacular scene. Framing a complex mechanism, its white gold case is splendidly mesmerising in its own right. Three tourbillons, each spinning on its axis in 60 seconds, are connected by a triple differential. Punctuated by three trillion-cut diamonds, this visual symphony appears to waltz on a turntable performing six revolutions per hour. The complex architecture of the model offers a seamless blend of extravagance and elegance.
Housed within a sapphire case, this distillation of technical sophistication combines two totally independent time indications. The 360° display enables one to appreciate every detail. Two separate calibres placed side by side perform oscillations synchronised by the phenomenon of resonance. The two time zones are complemented by power reserve indicators and a 24-hour dial discreetly placed at 6 o’clock. Above and beyond the watch itself, the movement takes pride of place on the wearer’s wrist.
This contemporary version is a tribute to the first mechanical watch capable of measuring altitude. The 48mm titanium case houses cleverly orchestrated functionalities. Its black dial highlights the elements composing it and ensures optimal readability. The red central hand accompanies the bidirectional rotating bezel and indicates ascents up to 3,000m. At 3 o’clock, the small coloured hand displays the additional gains in elevation in 1,000m increments up to 9,000m.
Coming from a collection where design mingles with Street art and Pop art, this model is attired in a black geometric exterior designed to reveal essentials only. The resulting purity accentuates a dial blending smoothly with the pattern of the strap. The hands sweeping around the hours curve in utter simplicity transform time into a genuine odyssey through the urban jungle. Its silicon strap ensures optimal comfort. Also available in a contrasting black/white version (Listen to Me Cnosso).
This distillation of technical sophistication is equipped with a complex and fascinating mechanism. Four tourbillons are coupled in pairs within an ingenious device. A first cage inclined at a 30° angle rotates in one minute and fits into a second flat cage rotating in four minutes. Three time zones are complemented by a world-time display. Located between 8 and 9 hours, the globe gracefully makes one full turn in 24 hours, a magical ballet performed by this model issued in a 66-piece limited edition, of which 11 are in white gold.
The brand’s emblematic range has been expanded with three new versions. Rethought by designer Eric Giroud, these models keep track of time with a blend of minimalism and refinement. The 42mm steel case houses a movement equipped with a Dubois Dépraz complication. The dial is available in intense black, night blue or ivory white, depending on the version. The counter at 12 o’clock reveals the path of the hours, while the minutes are swept over by the central hand and a 6 o’clock counter discreetly displays the seconds.
This model celebrates the 20th anniversary of the emblematic timepiece. The tourbillon placed at 9 o’clock frees itself from the usual codes to appear vertically. Equipped with a remontoire and deadbeat seconds, it completes one full turn in 30 seconds. A mirror-polished conical ring surrounding the carriage enables the light to exalt its mechanical intricacies. The pink gold gear-train bridge is adorned with Clous de Paris and accentuates the enamel time subdial at 3 o’clock. This fascinating 42mm creation is available in gold or platinum.
This anniversary model reveals a captivating and truly fascinating sight. It houses a complex mechanism including a tourbillon with long detent escapement as well as a cable and fusee transmission system: a first for a wristwatch. This technical feat is associated with an instantaneous dual-time display complete with day/night indication, as well as a 72-hour power reserve. The timepiece is available in gold or titanium versions, both in ten-piece limited editions.
Extending the range of calendar watches, this new complication, equipped with a semi-integrated mechanism, indicates the number of the current week, as well as the day and date. The silvered opaline dial and black hour-markers make a pleasing contrast with the red tips of the hammer-type hands pointing to the above-mentioned indications. Correctors at 8 and 10 o’clock enable adjustment of the day and week-number displays. This reference is the only steel watch in the Calatrava collection.
Belonging to a new set of four watches, this creation harmoniously combines timeless charm with ultra-contemporary style. Its minimalist design features a rounded square case framing three apertures displaying the hours, minutes and date. This yellow gold PVD-plated version is adorned with the emblematic GG logo, the company’s signature. A second stainless steel interpretation exudes a modern and elegant look that adapts to each outfit.
This hour strike watch was created to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Louis Moinet’s birth. For the first time, the brand reveals the entire spectacular movement designed by Eric Coudray on the wrist. A silencer mechanism also enables the wearer to disengage the chime if he so wishes. The Moinet blue movement contrasts with the mirror-polished and bevelled steel parts above it. This 28-piece limited edition has a diameter of 46.5mm.
Inspired by the ocean, Delance has created a collection of engraved and gemset watches crafted by an engraving and setting artist. Among them is the Coraline model distinguished by a small coral-coloured stone. Considered by Tibetans and American Indians as a sacred stone, coral symbolises energy and is believed to protect from the evil eye. The stainless steel case, which features a diamond cabochon at 6 o’clock, frames a blue mother-of-pearl dial recalling the colours of the waves.
Based on one of its very first collections, the brand celebrates the rebirth of classic watches with a refined style and a modern look. This range includes eight models and two sizes. A date display at 3 o’clock adorns the smallest 37mm version, while the 42mm models feature a day-of-the-week indication. The black or white dial underlines the simplicity of the products, with a discreet and elegant look that suits both men’s and women’s wrists.
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