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Clock Works According to L’Epée 1839
There is only one name to consider in Swiss clocks, that of L’Epée 1839, Switzerland’s oldest and most luxurious clockmaker. Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry was among the first retailers in the United States to carry L’Epée 1839, and the manufacture has since grown to become a significant player in our roster of independent horology brand.
A Trove of Watches at Stephen Silver are Nominated for Awards at the Grand Prix D’Horologerie de Geneve
Each year’s best and most creative watches are recognized by an international academy under the auspices of the Grand Prix D’Horologerie de Geneve (GPHG) And while we often mention the quality and uniqueness of our watch offerings, an event like the GPHG ceremony in November—widely considered the Oscars of watchmaking
MB&F’s new LM101 Editions Spark Remarkable Demand
It might be safe to say that if ever there was a sleeper watch in MB&F’s collection, it was the Legacy Machine 101. When it was launched in 2014, it was the most basic, affordable and modestly sized piece the brand had yet made. Being the first movement to be conceived and built in-house, it did not sport the usual high-profile collaborators, save Kari Voutilainen, who provided consultation on the bridge and decoration design.
Impressive New Releases from a Virtual Watches and Wonders 2021
While the watch industry’s spring unveilings at Watches and Wonders had to be performed in an unsatisfying digital format, the watches themselves seemed even more impressive than what might be seen in a normal year. Perhaps the creativity that was suppressed by the pandemic finally found an outlet.