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The original Breguet Marie Antoinette watch

The Lovely Bones: Skeletonization and Skeletonised Watches

Watches are now showpieces as much as timepieces, and as levels of sophistication have increased, the inner workings deserve not to be hidden.
Breitling Navitimer 8 B01 with in-house chronograph movement

50th Year of the Automatic Chronograph: The Drive In-house

ETA’s decision to limit sales of movement blanks outside the Swatch Group spurred the development of in-house movements in the 21st century.
Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Day & Night in 18k pink gold with moon and sun indicator

Magical Time: Cartier’s Mystery Clocks and Timepieces

The story of Cartier’s famous “mystery clocks” has been envisioned in a number of limited-edition wristwatches with modern complications.
Bulgari Serpenti SedutTori

Hidden in Plain Sight: 12 Secret Watches

Share in the magic of rare and precious secret watches from some of the finest watch and jewellery houses.
From left: Tank Cintreé in yellow gold, platinum and rose gold (Image by Sidney Teo © Revolution)

The Cartier Tank Cintreé

With elegant curves and sweeping lines that hug the wrist and nestle perfectly under a Charvet cuff, the Cartier Tank Cintreé’s debonair charm is immediately apparent.