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BASELWORLD 2016: The Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Ref. 4948

More buckle, more curves, more feminine BASELWORLD 2016: The Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Ref. 4948

One of Patek Philippe's most iconic complications lends itself to a precious and refined version for women. The generously sized pink gold case has been redesigned with more pronounced curves to accentuate its feminine nature. The annual calendar was invented by Patek Philippe and displays the day, date and month all year long, requiring just one manual correction on March 1st.

 BASELWORLD 2016: Cuervo y Sobrinos sets the time in scene

The future of a myth BASELWORLD 2016: Cuervo y Sobrinos sets the time in scene

La Habana in 1882 had another rhythm, un tiempo lento that allowed to enjoy every moment, live every experience to the limit, it offered quality of life and it paid attention to every detail, every moment. Famous actors, business men and adventurers visited the city and helped to maintain that spirit alive.

BASELWORLD 2016: The elegant Chopard L.U.C regulator

A magnificently modern interpretation BASELWORLD 2016: The elegant Chopard L.U.C regulator

In the nineteenth century, a regulator was a wall clock that enabled all the precision timers in a given workshop to set timepieces to the exact same time. So as to be clearly visible, the hours, minutes and seconds hands appeared on different parts of the dial.

BASELWORLD 2016: The HMX Black Badger by MB&F

Green , blue or violet? BASELWORLD 2016: The HMX Black Badger by MB&F

A cross between watchmaking traditions and an innovative concept, the, the HMX from MB&F takes on a new guise, created in partnership with designer James Thompson (Black Badger), who specialises in luminescent composites. This limited series of 3 x 18 pieces reprises the HMX's unique display.

BASELWORLD 2016: Beat Haldimann just builds ingenious watches!

H1 Flying Central Tourbillon BASELWORLD 2016: Beat Haldimann just builds ingenious watches!

Watchmaking is a tradition that goes back centuries for the Haldimann family, to 1642 precisely. A mechanical wizard and the inventor of the flying central tourbillon, Beat Haldimann is surely the pride of his ancestors. This child of the Bernese Oberland believes watches are first and foremost pieces of art.

BASELWORLD 2016: La Esmeralda Tourbillon

A reference to one of the most beautiful, historic timepieces BASELWORLD 2016: La Esmeralda Tourbillon

As a tribute to one of its finest historic creations, and to celebrate the 225th anniversary of its founding, Girard-Perregaux presents La Esmeralda Tourbillon. Distinguished by a Gold Medal at the Paris World Fair in 1889, the La Esmeralda pocket chronometer secured a place in watchmaking history for the refinement of its architecture, its precision, and for the incomparable quality of its finishing.

BASELWORLD 2016: Top watchmaker Eric Coudray and his Cabestan

Technological innovation meets avant-garde design BASELWORLD 2016: Top watchmaker Eric Coudray and his Cabestan

Cabestan merges traditional skills with technological innovation and avant-garde design. Entirely the work of master-watchmaker Eric Coudray, the Triple Axis Tourbillon is inspired by the catamaran's sleek lines. The case - a hand-polished sapphire tube made as a single block - contains a triple axis flying tourbillon.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Ladybird Ultraplate

The technical savoir-faire of the house Blancpain BASELWORLD 2016: The Ladybird Ultraplate

Is fashion a never-ending cycle? Amid the current renewed craze for tiny ladies’ watches, Blancpain reinvents the enchanting design codes of the Ladybird in an ultra-thin contemporary version. First unveiled in 1956, this watch was equipped at the time with the smallest round movement on the market.

 BASELWORLD 2016: Just Race, please

Short, sweet and pretty cool! BASELWORLD 2016: Just Race, please

Engines throb and tyres screech: ArtyA may never fall into line, but definitely enters the race with its first ever racing timepiece that pushes the boundaries as only a rebel can.

BASELWORLD 2016: AEROWATCH shows Renaissance 7 Time Zones for the first time

Ambitious mechanical watchmaking BASELWORLD 2016: AEROWATCH shows Renaissance 7 Time Zones for the first time

The dual-time display is one of the most useful horological complications. It enables its user to keep simultaneous track of the time in two different parts of the world. With the new Renaissance “7 Time Zones” model, Aerowatch offers a unique mechanical watch that complements local time by a display of the time in no less than six cities across the planet.

BASELWORLD 2016: The Slim d’Hermès Email Grand Feu

An ingenious design of Philippe Apeloig BASELWORLD 2016: The Slim d’Hermès Email Grand Feu

The Slim d’Hermès collection epitomises finely balanced proportions, striking the perfect balance between form and function. With the new Email Grand Feu model, the Maison achieves the impressive feat of offering a timepiece with an aesthetic that can genuinely be defined as essential.

 BASELWORLD 2016: Grand entrance for Harry Winston

The Premier Moon Phase 36 mm BASELWORLD 2016: Grand entrance for Harry Winston

Harry Winston presents the Premier Moon Phase 36 mm, a poetic and surprising timepiece. Whereas in the majority of moon-phase mechanisms, the moon disappears completely before beginning a new cycle, here the golden moon takes cover behind a delicate mother-of-pearl lattice, hidden but not completely out of sight.

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