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Brand doesn’t try to be trendy, preferring to look to its DNA
Brand is aware of the constant need to innovate to maintain its cutting edge
Elements in the Montblanc collections draw on the technical mastery and design purity of Minerva
Top jewellery houses are on-trend with wearable pieces that reference floral and animal motifs through exquisitely layered gems and creative techniques
W Hamond combines Whitby jet with diamonds for high quality jewellery pieces, while Poland’s Aleksander Gliwinski lifts Baltic amber to a new level
The new timepieces are a tribute to reference 6073
In poignant tribute to founder Walter Lange, brand creates four new models
Le Brassus thrills again with world’s thinnest self-winding perpetual calendar
Great ideas are often best expressed numerically: Four Noble Truths, Ten Commandments, 31 Flavours. In the world of Greubel Forsey one speaks of The Six Inventions.
A deeper relationship with Mercedes brings Formula One impact to the Ingenieur models, writes Gaynor Thomas.
It's an ingenious complication and collectors will do anything to get their hands on a tourbillon-driven watch, writes Lewis Daniels.
The timepiece – first produced in 1953 – now features a new case made from the stronger, satin-brushed, metal instead of the original, heavier steel
The house of Hermès has held on fiercely to its principles of quality and rarity in an era of 'masstige', writes Daniel Lewis.
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