IN A DIVA’S GARDEN   The Roman jeweller and watchmaker invites you to take a stroll in a luxuriant, colourful garden through these two precious, limited-edition watches – only 50 of each have been made Bvlgari’s new creations show a real miniature Garden of Eden, inspired by both...

Hysek – Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon The mechanical and eye-catching concept of ultra-skeletonisation comes from Hysek. It’s the perfect combination of tourbillon and skeleton which was first unveiled in 2008 in the Furtif collection then in 2014 in the Verdict and IO ranges. The design is back...

The minute repeater function is undoubtedly the most difficult complication to make. This piece encapsulates all the latest developments in the sector. Chosen from a selection of 100,000 synthesised sounds, the notes are what determined how it would be built based on 40 requirements: the...

The Le Locle watchmaker has been steeped in the ocean world since its very foundations as proven by the anchor on its current logo. The brand has been designing marine chronometers since the company was first founded in 1846 by Ulysse Nardin (1823-1876). The limited...

Boucheron's Epure d'Art collection features rich examples of creativity, allowing the House to express itself artistically and demonstrate its artisanal prowess on watch dials, exalting nature – fauna and flora – through depictions of ivy leaves or beetles, to name just a couple. Epure Tourbillon...

El Primero, the self-winding chronograph calibre designed by Zenith and launched in 1969, is still one of the best movements in watchmaking history. Accurate, reliable and with a long battery life (approx. 50 hour-power reserve), it is continuing to make its mark by becoming a...

Reminiscent of a fighter jet with its square cabin in grade 5 titanium (transition metal popular in aeronautics and aerospace for its hardness, light weight and resistance to rust and high temperatures), the monopusher BR-X1 chronograph tourbillon is powered by a manual wind calibre which...