Founded in 1857 and now based in Besancon in France, DODANE 1857 is a specialist in chronometric instruments of navigation for military and civil aviation.
Launched in 2002, the Graham Collectors 132 timepiece is a rare example of the unique achievements that typify the watchmakers and engineers who today pay
For Breitling, the name Montbrillant refers to chronographs endowed with a wealth of tradition and exclusive features. One such model is the Montbrillant Olympus, a
In addition to illustrating part of the brand’s history and showing the considerable potential of the OMEGA Museum, the Museum Collection meets a clear demand
Unveiled in 1993, this exceptional creation from Blancpain is the world’s first Wristwatch Repeater with Automata. Automata, or moving figure watches have had a checkered past.
The running equation of time (“Equation du Temps Marchante”) watch by Blancpain was debuted in 2004. This limited edition of 50 pieces features two equation
In 2005, as part of its celebration of the 270th Anniversary of its founding, Blancpain unveiled a limited edition set, the Apotheosis Temporis. Inspired by
Introduced in 2000 by Swiss watch brand MAURICE LACROIX, this high complication watch from the prestigious Masterpiece collection combines a split-seconds chronograph and annual calendar.
The Big Pilot’s Watch ref. 5002 , the large professional pilot’s watch made by IWC in 2002 is a historically important timepiece that represents a
Launched in 2005, the BREITLING for Bentley Mulliner Tourbillon Chronograph is an extraordinary timepiece that embodies a blend of technology and tradition.The Mulliner Tourbillon chronograph is
It is almost impossible to find an original Rolex watch with a transparent crystal (sapphire or mineral) case-back. In general, all flagship watch models from the
Gübelin “Turbulences” is a Tourbillon pocket watch conceived and made by the master watchmakers Richard Daners and Marion Müller in 2004 , to celebrate the
Gübelin-Patek Philippe jubilee watch- Calatrava Travel Time is a special edition timepiece created in 2004 on the occasion of 150th anniversary of Swiss jewellery and
The Clement Gillman collection by independent Swiss watch brand Jean-Mairet & Gillman boasts classic good looks, the rounded case shape and double crown make it
Launched by GOLDPFEIL GENEVE in 2002 in association with Switzerland based watchmaker Bernhard Lederer, this exclusive timepiece was inspired by the configuration of the historical
Launched in 2002 by GOLDPFEIL GENEVE in association with Thomas Baumgartner, this exclusive mechanical watch has a distinctively contemporary look. The curved case in white
The widely used Gregorian calendar was introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII in replacement of the Julian calendar. The new system adopted the year
Introduced in 2004, the LANGE DOUBLE SPLIT chronograph watch from A. Lange & Söhne features two rattrapante hands – one for the seconds and one for
This limited edition diving watch was launched in 2006 to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the company. The years 1961-2006 and the dial underscore the
Introduced in 1999 by Blancpain to the 10th anniversary of its split-seconds chronograph, this high complication wristwatch houses a tourbillon with an 8-day power reserve
Equipped with Automatic CFB 1960 movement, this timepiece from Carl F. Bucherer combines three useful complications – chronograph, big date and power reserve – all
Manufactured by Swiss watch maker Jean-Mairet & Gillman, this sporty chronograph timepiece boasts luminescent indexes, a grande date at 12 o’clock, and a black rubber
The Ocean Star Sport line from MIDO unites the criteria of refined aesthetics and an uncompromising robustness and reliability. Launched in 2002 this Titanium model
Launched in 2002 by Cédric Johner, this minute-repeater model in white gold houses an exceptional hand wound mechanical movement developed in association with Christophe Claret.
This mechanical skeleton chronograph with a transparent back offers a spectacular dive into the heart of these fine watchmaking mechanics. Manufactured by Vallee de Joux
Introduced in 2002, this elegant mechanical chronograph in 18-carat pink gold is equipped with a movement dating from the Fifties, with a column-wheel that is
Introduced in 2003, the X – Ray model by Jorg Hysek marks a true success from both the technical and the aesthetic angle, right down
Introduced by deLacour in 2005, this Grande Complication watch, each of which is unique, was developed in association with world renowned watchmaker Christophe Claret. This
Introduced in 2006, this timepiece wrote a new chapter in prestigious watch manufacture as the first ultra-thin mechanical watch for ladies. The Ref. 4896, which
The ‘Satellite du Monde’ is based on the very first watch designed by Christiaan van der Klaauw, and is the homage to our two most