Ulysse Nardin Marquetry

Ulysse Nardin Unveils Silicon Marquetry Dial in Freak X

February 10, 2020
The undisputed master of silicium (silicon) since 2001, Ulysse Nardin continues on its exploratory trajectory and has turned a material originating from the electronics industry into an authentic medium of artistic craftsmanship. After the launch of its “X” Collections at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva, the watchmaker now presents two astonishing new Freak X models, embellished...
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Faberge Peacock Rose Gold

Discover the Lady Compliquée Peacock in Rose Gold

February 5, 2020
Fabergé is thrilled to expand the award-winning Lady Compliquée collection with a new edition that exudes femininity in its style and design, instead of embellishment. The new Lady Compliquée Peacock Black Rose Gold Timepiece, which follows the white gold variation launched at Baselworld 2017, employs the same ingenious and exclusive movement that enjoyed remarkable success at the 2015 Grand Prix...
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Faberge Compliquee Peacock

Fabergé Extends Watch Warranties to 10 Years

January 30, 2020
Fabergé is delighted to announce a new benchmark for quality in watchmaking – from November 1, 2019, Fabergé is extending its guarantee on every watch sold to a full ten years, effectively doubling the previous luxury watch industry standard. The warranty comes with one condition. Customers automatically receive a five-year warranty, itself uncommon in luxury watches, but if they take...
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MB&F Unveils Yellow Gold LM Perpetual

MB&F Unveils Yellow Gold LM Perpetual

January 29, 2020
First launched in 2015, the LM Perpetual has been crafted since in red gold, platinum, white gold and titanium. A new yellow gold case with striking blue face now joins the series: a limited edition of 25 pieces. Beginning with a blank sheet of paper, MB&F and independent Irish watchmaker Stephen McDonnell have completely reinvented that most traditional of horological...
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Ferdinand Berthoud No XXX Chronometer

Restoring Ferdinand Berthoud’s No. XXX Marine Chronometer

January 28, 2020
In the 18th century, Ferdinand Berthoud designed genuine timekeepers: marine chronometers made it possible to "keep time" during sea voyages, the only reference allowing to calculate longitude. Some of these measuring instruments are steeped in history, such as the longitude clock No. XXX which recently joined the collection of Karl-Friedrich Scheufele at the L.U.CEUM in Fleurier. In 1787, Ferdinand Berthoud,...
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Bovet 19Thirty Fleurisanne Black

Bovet Spotlights Fleurisanne Craftsmanship in the 19Thirty Collection

January 27, 2020
The 19Thirty collection was inspired by the last pocket watches crafted by the Maison Bovet, before the advent of the wristwatch era. Its balance is inherited from the stylistic details of the “easel” chronometer which was patented in 1930 and symbolizes the shift towards wristwatches. The 19Thirty collection was presented in 2015 exclusively in steel. The movement was specially developed...
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