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Illuminated Beauty

For almost two hundred years, the miniature paintings adorning the dials of BOVET 1822’s timepieces have fascinated and charmed.

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Iconic Chronograph

One of IWC Schaffhausen’s most iconic models, the Portugieser Chronograph fits almost any wrist due to its compact 41 mm diameter.

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Golden Key

A wearable piece that can synchronise with your supercar

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Breitling Endurance Pro

The ultimate athleisure watch, the Endurance Pro perfectly blends high precision and innovative technology with a vibrant and colourful design.

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Queen of Hearts

The dazzling romance and glamour of thirty-six heart-shaped diamonds on the bezel sets this watch apart. 

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The Legacy Machine 101

This project, the Legacy Machine 101, seen here in red, represents the coming together of two independent Swiss companies, H. Moser & Cie. and MB&F.

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Greubel Forsey’s Grande Sonnerie

Founded in 2004, Greubel Forsey’s Grande Sonnerie watch design is far from ordinary. With 11 years of research, coupled with assembling no less than 935 parts, filing two patents and incorporating the brand’s third fundamental invention, the Tourbillon 24 secondes, the sheer attention to detail has made this project one of the most complex of its kind. 

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Bremont H-4 Hercules

Established in 2002, the Bremont brand is inspired by aviation, with each piece having a classic personal touch. 

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Seeing red

First launched in 2017, Horological Machine No.7 returns in a titanium case with a green sapphire crystal bezel, limited to 50 pieces. The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the mechanical horology within; a central flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications radiating out from the centre.

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Leaving a legacy

The very first editions of Legacy Machine No.2 included a version in 18k red gold. Six years later, the LM2 Red Gold Blue is the last-ever LM2 to be crafted in this precious metal. Only 12 pieces make up this limited edition, distinguished from previous LM2s thanks to a deep blue dial plate. The stars of the LM2 are undoubtedly the dual ‘flying’ balance wheels. These two fully independent regulating systems, each beating at their own rate, are averaged out by the central planetary differential.

£124,400 / €137,000 / $156,000