XXIV Twenty-Four 2013
XXIV magazine brings together 24 of the region's most celebrated and influential names to discuss their concept of time.
Durable ceramic is the modern material of desire
The Classic Ceramic
Featuring a stainless steel and ceramic bracelet with enamel dial, David Yurman's popular timepiece is available in two sizes, black or white, and with or without diamonds. The versatile watch is also water-resistant to 30.5 metres.
Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
The first in its series to feature an all-ceramic case-middle and bezel, this sporting timepiece requires hours of sophisticated finishing work - the bezel alone takes eight more hours than the same part in steel. Durable ceramic is also used for the push pieces and crown.
Esenza Ceramic Touch
Made exclusively for women, this touch-controlled and fully ceramic timepiece draws on years of material and timekeeping technology. Electrodes can actually feel a fingertip - pressed or swiped along the case - through the gently curved ceramic case.
VIII Grand Bal “Plume et Nacre”
Featuring a new smaller-calibre movement, the latest Grand Bal collection still boasts a functional openwork and diamond-set oscillating weight on top of the dial. The limited-edition "Plume et Nacre" model is made from black ceramic, diamonds, feather and mother of pearl.
Golden Bridge Ceramic
The signature Golden Bridge gets a makeover with an all-ceramic case that requires a mastery of firing time to ensure exact sizing. The case is framed by four sapphire crystals, allowing 360-degree views of the baguette movement.