Tiny Perfect Timekeeper: The Legendary Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 101 Still World’s Smallest After 90 Years
What weighs less than a gram, measures a mere 1.38 mm thick and 3.4 mm wide, weighs barely a gram and yet is composed of 98 parts? The world’s smallest manual-wound mechanical movement. Jaeger-LeCoultre’s
Patek Philippe, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Richard Mille are among the stars at Only Watch’s charity auction
November 9 sees the return of Only Watch – a biennial charity auction of unique timepieces. From 2pm, at the Hôtel des Bergues in Geneva, watches created specially by 52 brands will be sold by Christie’s.
The Master Grande Tradition Tourbillon Céleste is proof that the addition of one small detail can make even the most impressive complication shine a little brighter. The orbital flying tourbillon movement
The watch industry is a man’s world. Or is it? The business’s pantheon ranges from the likes of the 18th-century pioneers Abraham-Louis Breguet and Jean-Marc Vacheron to the contemporary makers François-Paul