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Since the introduction of its first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has been somewhat of a fish in water in that category, as evidenced
Initially introduced in 2018, Jacob & Co.’s Twin Turbo Furious took Baselworld by storm with its twin triple axis tourbillons rapidly spinning on the
2019 has proven to be a significant year for Eberhard & Co. with the opening of its first museum in La Chaux-de-Fonds and the
A pillar in the history of marine chronometers, Breguet has always been known for its Marine collection, which is now expanding by adding three
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Known for its straightforward designs, immaculate finishing and limited production usually only in precious metals, elements that are all present in fan-favorites like the
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First introduced in 1976, Patek Philippe’s legendary Nautilus has always been a resolutely men’s watch – a symbol of status in a boardroom full
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Firmly convinced that new talent reinvigorates vision, De Grisogono has announced the first Artist in Residence inaugurating its Creativity in Residence program : Emmanuel