Well the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) has given its answer this question, and recently launched the English version of their White Paper on the topic. The FHH’s Cultural Council, in consultation with forty-six members of the industry, have… Read More ›
Sometimes, you get lucky. So far this year I have been fortunate enough to have seen two very singular and remarkable pieces of automata, their creations separated by almost 250 years. The newer one, by Van Cleef & Arpels, tells… Read More ›
Last year, Hautlence released the rather mindboggling and random mechanical wrist piece called the ‘Playground Labyrinth’ (originally released in limited editions in a titanium case with either a rose gold dial and platinum ball or a white gold dial with rose… Read More ›
Many of you will know of Oris’ support of and partnership with, the Australian Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), and of their first limited edition model that was launched a couple of years ago. This was no one-off partnership, as… Read More ›
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 ›