In breaking news, CEO Aldo Magada is leaving his Zenith, with Jean-Claude Biver taking over the temporary helm. The press release is below. Horologium met Mr Magada during Baselworld 2016. To read our interview, click here.
As the year draws to a close I thought I’d share a rather lovely Financial Times piece that I read recently. It is about watches but also about Cuba, through the eyes of Waldo Fernández Longueira, who has been servicing… Read More ›
Recently, Breguet Australia held an unusual function in Sydney entitled ‘Explorateurs Espions’, a preview of a travelling exhibition currently at the S.A. Maritime Museum (other states and territories to follow) called “The Art of Science – Baudin’s Voyagers 1800-1804”. Funded by… Read More ›
In Beijing on October 18, 2016 independent watchmaker Kari Voutilainen joined with new partner Chinese phone brand 8848 and company founder Du Yingying to launch a series of limited edition (180 units) of mobile phones based on the 8848 Titanium model, but… Read More ›
The gathering of storm clouds over a typically humid October evening in Hong Kong provided a dramatic and photo-friendly backdrop to the guests of the F.P.Journe boutique, gathered at one of the best views of the city to celebrate the… Read More ›
Today we have something different, a podcast I happened across the other week about a woman called Ruth Belville, who spent fifty years selling a subscription time telling (accurate to within a tenth of a second) service from the Greenwich Observatory. At… Read More ›
Readers of Horologium will already be familiar with today’s watch, which I covered at its release and subsequently, with live photos from Baselworld 2016. It is unusual for me to do three posts about a single watch but there is… Read More ›