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Patek Philippe 97975: The First Wristwatch with Perpetual Calendar (Image © Revolution)

At the Watch Art Grand Exhibition: The World’s First Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch

At the Watch Art Grand Exhibition in Singapore, Revolution got a closer look at some of the most precious wristwatches in Patek Philippe’s vault.
Two-tone Datejust with applied diamond hour markers

Rolex Two-Tone Watches Hit the High Notes

Once a sleeper in the vintage market, smart buyers are now developing a taste for steel-and-gold Rolesor Rolexes of all ages.
Da Vinci Beta 21 watch by IWC in several executions

Watch Design: The Spirit of Integration

The integrated bracelet watch has become an icon, one that emerged from the ’70s as a response to a design-centric world. Or did it?
Vacheron Constantin Curved Tonneau

The Tonneau: 10 Barrel-shaped Watches

Neither a round or square, the tonneau watch remains a popular, stylish option, proving curvy is sexy.
Longines Nonius Cushion Shaped Chronograph Ref. 8271

The Greatest Watch You’ve Never Heard Of: Longines Nonius

The Longines Nonius was a valiant attempt in the late 1960s to crack the elusive puzzle of making the chronograph ever-more accurate.