An inside look at Bulgari’s Manufacture in the Swiss Jura.
As in many of life’s arenas, timing is everything in music.
Explore San Francisco through the horological lens only Watch Journal can provide.
Seiko took a bit of a gamble earlier this year when it announced the promotion of its popular Grand Seiko label as its own independent Seiko brand rather than merely a sub-brand of the Japanese manufacture.
Building on the release of last year’s Senator Excellence, Glashütte Original showcased a new and improved Senator with the introduction of a Perpetual Calendar complication at Baselworld this year.
The inspiring beauty of a vintage watch movement was a point of reference for these rose-gold, rhodium-plated brass cuff links.
Michel Parmigiani, a master watchmaker with few peers, bridges 18th-century handcraft and modern haute horlogerie.
From a crowdsourced chronograph to a running equation of time, day three in Basel presented a wide breadth of noteworthy timepieces.
With an 18k red gold case, laser-engraved double barrels, and a tourbillon, the Arnold & Son Tourbillon Chronometer No 36 immaculately frames John Arnold’s legacy.
Nomos Glashütte’s Club Campus line is elite in-house watchmaking for the next generation of collectors.