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Yachts with High-Seas Style


(Slide Show) AD revisits ten luxe vessels from past issues

Journe Brings It All Under One Roof


The brand, the only watch manufacturer remaining in Geneva, is also one of the few to control nearly the entire production process.

At Cartier, Designer Promotes Philosophy of Sharing


Carole Forestier-Kasapi, one of the few female master watchmakers, has led the house into a new realm of imaginative and intuitive haute horlogerie.

The Enduring Appeal of the Oyster and Its Descendents


Despite the vogue among prestige manufacturers for thin, classic timepieces, the brash, oversize sports style remains a top seller.

Auction Houses Benefit From Renewed Chinese Passion for Pocket Watches


In the late 18th and 19th centuries, Swiss watchmakers were making enameled pocket watches especially for the Chinese market.

Finding Inspiration in Fine Art and Enamel


Robert & Fils 1630, which sprang from 11 generations of watchmakers, has taken inspiration from the art of its ancestor.

Luxury Watch Firms Catching Up to Generation X


Hysek hopes its new watch is the missing link for a tech-savvy demographic used to getting the time from a smartphone or tablet device.

Watch Market Recovery Passes Antiquorum By


Caught up in legal wrangles since 2007, the specialist watch auctioneer Antiquorum and its founder, Osvaldo Patrizzi, had a hard year.

Not Just in, Thin Is Almost De Rigueur


This year, several watchmakers, like those at Richard Mille and Piaget, have been working to slim down their tourbillons.

A Huge Market, With New Players


As the market for luxury watches grows in Asia, companies are proudly offering their own models made entirely in China.
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