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Watch Novelties

Timepieces that surprise, Inspire and Fascinate
Immerse yourself in the universe of fine watchmaking and be inspired by our selection of the latest trends and watch novelties of prestigious brands. Discover new models of legendary watches which combine their typical, famous design with timeless beauty and exciting innovation. No matter what your preferences are, they all have one thing in common: the desirable creations unite the love of craftsmanship, the fascination for innovation and the passion of an industry that is constantly reinventing itself to delight watch lovers like you.

Audemars Piguet

"To break the rules, you must first master them". Tradition and avant-garde are inextricably intertwined at Audemars Piguet.

Blancpain

Founded in 1735 by Jehan-Jacques Blancpain in the Swiss Jura, Blancpain is known as the world’s oldest watch brand. Loyal to its tradition of innovation and confirmed by countless horological complications invented over the years, the Manufacture is constantly pushing the boundaries of watchmaking to enhance its timepieces.

Breguet

The House of Breguet combines aesthetics with watchmaking expertise at the highest level. A. - L. Breguet is still considered one of the greatest watchmakers of all time. A man of inventive genius, he revolutionized the art of mechanical watchmaking over 240 years ago. And today, the watches that are still made bearing his name are among the finest and most exquisite masterpieces in the world.

Carl F. Bucherer

Carl F. Bucherer was founded in Lucerne in the year 1888. It has become internationally renowned for skillfully combining the highest levels of watchmaking expertise with an unmistakable style that exudes exquisite refinement. Carl F.Bucherer is one of Switzerland’s leading watch manufacturers, developing outstanding mechanical movements and watches in its own manufacture.

Cartier

Cartier stands for extraordinary creativity and expertise in the development of special timepieces. With a tradition stretching back over 160 years, the House has launched countless innovative watches, hallmarked by elegance, emotion and innovation. Thanks to the successful interplay of aesthetics and technology, Louis Cartier’s standards of perfection live on to this day.

Chopard

An acknowledged expert in Fine Watchmaking and High Jewellery, Chopard stands for Contemporary and Ethical creations. Proud of its values and traditions, our Maison is renowned for providing a Familiy Spirit Experience.

IWC Schaffhausen

From durable everyday pieces and sports watches to complexities of Haute Horlogerie, IWC is, as the name suggests, world renowned for their prodigious craftsmanship. 

JAEGER-LECOULTRE

Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of very few watchmaking companies to have produced all of its movements in-house for the entirety of their history. The company was originally founded in 1833 by Antoine LeCoultre who had a desire to manufacture high quality mechanical watches. Jaeger-LeCoultre has mastered many of the toughest complications including creating the world’s thinnest movement at just 1.38mm.

Longines

Longines’ watches timeless elegance typically rests on an aesthetic heritage, expressed in a subtle mix of regularly updated classical design and innovative refinement.

Oris

The independent Swiss luxury brand Oris, founded in 1904, produces only mechanical watches in an exclusive design with a good price-performance ratio.

Panerai

Originally created to be used deep underwater, Panerai timepieces are a natural blend of Italian design, Swiss technology and passion for the sea.

Piaget

Since its foundation in 1874, Piaget has been cultivating a spirit of luxury while emphasising its creativity, attention to detail and fully integrated watchmaking and jewellery expertise.

Rado

Materials like titanium, sapphire crystal, high-tech ceramics, high-tech lanthan or high-tech diamonds – these are what make Rado stand out from the rest. For Rado, design means “the external expression of an inner wholeness”. Even so, the brand does not see itself as a producer of “designer watches”, but rather as a watchmaker with an individualistic sense of design. The fine art of reducing an object to its most fundamental elements dominates the Rado design and development philosophy.

TAG HEUER

Since 1860, watchmaking pioneer TAG Heuer has been blending technological innovations, high-precision timekeeping and cutting-edge designs to create products whose performance continues to shape the passing of time.

VACHERON CONSTANTIN

Faithfully perpetuating a proud heritage of watchmaking excellence and stylistic sophistication through generations of master artisans.