Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Sealand for Purdey Elephant 44mm PAM00856

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Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Sealand for Purdey Buffalo 44mm PAM00855

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Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Sealand for Purdey Leopard 44mm PAM00854

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Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Sealand Year of the Rooster 44mm PAM00852

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Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Sealand Year of the Monkey 44mm PAM00850

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Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Regatta 47mm PAM00726

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Classic Fusion 45mm


EUR 146000 USD 148000

Nautilus 40mm


CHF 29300 USD 33500

Freak 45mm


USD 89000

Executive 40mm


USD 20100

Maxi Marine Diver 42.7mm


Retail not available

Sonata 42mm


USD 73500

11 Dec 2018 Technologies
Seconde morte: Feel the beat!

While we mostly understand the point of most watch complications, there are some that need extra explanation. The dead-beat seconds is surely of the later. So let’s see how it works, why is it so rare, and what it has to do with quartz?

7 Dec 2018 Auctions
James Bond’s wristwatch at Phillips

STYLED. Timeless Watches & How to Wear Them, Phillips’ second New York watch auction has gathered bidders from over 50 countries in the saleroom, on the phone, and online. Notably, the sale saw a record level of digital participation, with nearly 600 online registrants and most lots receiving online bids. The auction has achieved $11,523,500 / CHF11,500,453 / €10,155,661, selling 96% both by lot and by value.

6 Dec 2018 Master
Vianney Halter: 'The real value is to be independent'

Vianney Halter has a unique way of mixing the classical watch aesthetics with the futuristic vibe. We caught up with the man behind some wildest and coolest designs in the industry to talk his main inspirations, love for music and a long gone supremacy of the Swiss Made trademark.

5 Dec 2018 Auctions
The return of Bvlgari Masterpiece

The sautoir from 1969 bought back by the Italian jewelry maison at Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels auction Geneva for just over $1-million.

3 Dec 2018 Evolution
Rulers of the Deep: Blancpain Fifty Fathoms

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms turns 65 this year. Being the first full-fledged divers in the market, these gorgeous and sturdy timepieces played an important part in popularizing the most demanded watch segment of our era.

3 Dec 2018 Event
Breitling enters the Chinese market in style

Breitling hosted a dazzling celebration of its entry into the Chinese market with a red-carpet gala night at Beijing’s Phoenix Center. International movie stars and Breitling Cinema Squad members Brad Pitt and Daniel Wu were on hand to mark the occasion, along with photographer and filmmaker Peter Lindbergh, who shot 360° #squadonamission campaign earlier in the year, and the Breitling CEO Georges Kern.

3 Dec 2018 Event
Winter’s tale: Chopard Happy Sport Tatiana Navka Edition

Olympic ice dancing gold medalist Tatiana Navka together with Chopard’s co-president Caroline Scheufele presented Chopard Happy Sport Tatiana Navka Edition watches in Moscow.

29 Nov 2018 Master
Producing movements and running your own brand are two different professions

Seven-time GPHG award winner and the mastermind behind the Agenhor manufacture Jean-Marc Wiederrecht plays the essential part in modern industry staying mostly under-the-radar. His movements are the secret weapon for several big brands and his recent chronograph seems to be one of the major horological inventions of the year.

28 Nov 2018 Evolution
Fair and square: The history of Santos de Cartier

Born some 115 years ago, Cartier Santos was destined to become a pioneer in a number of historical achievements: the first wristwatch for men developed from scratch, the first pilot watch, and finally the first watch-legend by Cartier. But their charm is by no means confined to a list of past merits. Sometimes the form and content suit each other so naturally, that they create a truly long-standing example of harmony and pure imagination.

27 Nov 2018 Master
Creative decisions are taken by the market

As a founder of Audemars Piguet Renaud & Papi manufacture Giulio Papi has been involved in creation of very complicated movements for a couple of decades now. Chances are you all know his works, as they often appear to be the most talked about timepieces in the industry. And if you bear in mind that quite a few current watchmaking greats have started their careers under his guidance, you’ll probably agree – it is the perfect time to use the otherwise heavily misused word ‘legend’.

26 Nov 2018 Technologies
A turning point: Her majesty the winding crown

In virtual top-10 of the most overlooked parts of the watch movement, the crown will very likely land somewhere at podium position. We use it almost every day, taking it for granted, but do you actually know how it is constructed and what has shaped its appearance during the last 150 years?

23 Nov 2018 Legends
The age of restoration: František Czapek

František Czapek (1811 - circa 1869) and his notable mark in the history of watchmaking.