Jaeger-LeCoultre defined the Master collection as the line that incorporates the very “essentials” of its watchmaking philosophy – we encountered a few great pieces from the collection last week.
The latest exhibition of Albertina opened in July and entitled “Look! New Acquisitions”, is extraordinary in the sense that it provides insight into the fresh-spirited museum’s collecting strategy for contemporary art.
You can still discover the “Elegance in motion” exhibition of Vacheron Constantin in Geneva, which reveals aesthetic and technical developments of the Maison in the spirit of travelling.
The Manufacture Royale ADN watch wears the genetic codes of the previous models, but has a distinctive ethereal look and a brand new movement.
We dedicated a few articles to the Geneva Auction Five of Phillips Watches. The following selection is about beautiful Vacheron Constantin vintage timepieces.
Vanitas – the suggestive mechanical clock – is the brainchild of Fiona Krüger and L’Epée 1839. We visited the clockmaking manufacture before the announcement.
OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN organised spring Styling Days in the Zurich boutique of Les Ambassadeurs, with the new pieces from the Atelier collection.
Phillips in Association with the team of Bacs & Russo announced its first Horological Art Exhibition, entitled “Contemporary Watch Portraits by Fabio Santinelli” and with the automatic Rolex Daytona in the centre.
Cartier, Omega and Patek Phillipe are frequent names called out during Phillips auctions. We selected four from their fine mechanical artworks offered at Geneva Watch Auction Five.
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