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A fitful glance back at the peaks and dips of the year preceded, as we’re flung headlong without favour or mercy into the unknowns of 2020.
For years, top Swiss watch brands have seized Chinese New Year as a lucrative opportunity to showcase their savoir-faire in rare crafts.
Through the span of the 20th century, Rolex has been a pillar of support for the explorer community.
The late Sultan of Oman was one of the most important watch collectors in the world, especially for vintage Rolex, Patek Philippe and IWC.
The Richard Mille RM 11-04 Automatic Flyback Chronograph Roberto Mancini is a complicated Carbon TPT tribute to one of Italian football’s greats.