An ode to art and light, this 41mm creation depicts the profile of a horse composed of 2,200 tiny leather squares. Echoing the pink gold of the case, the colourful tesserae stand out against an electric blue background. Slender leaf-type hands sweep gracefully around the curve of time, giving pride of place to this equestrian show with its distinctive style. Winner of the Artistic Crafts Watch Prize in the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, this timepiece is a 12-piece limited edition.
This brilliantly sparkling model truly illuminates the holiday season. Wrapped up in a bright red coat, it gently accompanies the magic and enchantment of Christmas. Its alcantara strap is enhanced with sparkling Swarovski crystals, transforming time read-off into a flamboyant jewel. The snowflake appears to have just landed at the heart of the dial, surrounded by a luminous garland of hour-markers. The gold-clad hands lend a poetic touch as they sweep their way through time.
Designed for life on the high seas, this satin-finish solid titanium timepiece is distinguished by its deep blue silhouette. A companion for sailing enthusiasts, it is equipped with an easy-to-use regatta countdown function thanks to the pusher at 4 o’clock. To cope with the power of nature, this precision instrument offers the traditional crown guard, a flyback chronograph, a tachymeter scale, a three-day power reserve and a seconds-resetting device.
Almost 30 years after its creation, Raymond Weil has reimagined its Parsifal collection and given it a contemporary touch. Inspired by Richard Wagner’s last opera, the timepieces – available in 30 and 41mm versions – harmoniously combine watchmaking functions, classic aesthetics and affordable luxury. The key design elements have been redesigned, such as the rounded curves and the ergonomic feel of the cross-link bracelet that have forged the strong identity of this symbolic collection.
Nominated in the Artistic Crafts category at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, this 41mm ultra-thin creation is adorned in pink gold. The delicately crafted malachite marquetry ennobles the dial, radiant in vibrant shades of green and truly mesmerising. The signature Piaget hour/minute counter counter-balances the tourbillon cage to form an apparently infinite figure eight, while the green alligator leather strap elegantly enhances this authentic work of art.
This model offers a visually pleasing blend of refinement and technicality. Endowed with a 65-hour power reserve, the mechanical movement with a central flying tourbillon is equipped with two barrels and a bidirectional rotor. The open-worked bridges and the hand-polished rotor segment echo the floral richness of the dial. The 48 mother-of-pearl petals are lit up by 144 diamonds, intensifying the brilliance of this composition nominated in the Ladies’ Complication category at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.
Winner of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève in the Men’s category, this timepiece embraces a pure contemporary aesthetic. The case is enhanced by the purity and finesse of the lugs, while the polished surfaces sculpt its curves. The Grand Feu enamel dial is inspired by Art Deco and features gold or blue lines. The large diameter of the seconds counter at 6 o’clock lends a vintage touch. Equipped with a single barrel, the movement ensures a power reserve of 100 hours.
This colourful creation celebrates the art of snow setting. The whiteness of diamonds, the sparkling blue of Paraiba tourmalines, the intense green halo of tsavorites, the bright orange warmth of spessartite garnets, the icy fire of dark blue and light blue sapphires, together with red spinels and pink sapphires, combine to compose a spectacular firework display. In all, 244 gems light up the case and dial in a delightfully manner. Between watchmaking and confectionery, this timepiece is issued in a 77-pieced limited series.
Designed for women who appreciate the delicate complexity of mechanical timepieces, this watch reveals for the first time the inner workings of Lvcea and the complications of the skeletonized BVL 191 self-winding movement. It is fitted with the emblematic Tubogas bracelet, the result of a complex manufacturing technique used in jewellery since the late 1940s. The dial skilfully incorporates the letters of the brand logo.
This timepiece appears to have been carved from the heart of glaciers. Its fine mother-of-pearl dial recalls a frozen lake reflecting a clear winter sky. Its appealing and shimmering curves are framed by a 39.4mm steel case. The sparkling stylised moon phase at 2 o’clock poetically accompanies the “panorama” date display. Radiantly surrounding the reading of time, the bezel is adorned with 64 brilliant-cut white diamonds, while the nine baton-type hour-markers are enhanced by the sparkle of 18 gems.
Sporty to the core, this distinctive chronograph displays time with perfectly horizontal symmetry. The delicately cut-out hour and minute hands accompany the central seconds hand and complement the hour and minute counters at 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock. The large date stands out among the skilfully orchestrated elements of the dial, while the applied white gold hour-markers punctuate the curve of time. This model contains a self-winding movement with a silicon balance-spring and pallet horns.
Winner of the “Petite Aiguille” prize in the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, this stainless watch stands out for its timeless elegance. The classic 42mm case features satin-brushed and polished finishes, bezel and caseback. In addition to the split-second movement, this timepiece is also equipped with an original date module, driving an indication provided by a central hand pointing outwards to the large numerals on the raised dial ring.
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