A deep overview on the groundbreaking innovation with a whole concept, the Monolithic oscillator based on compliant mechanisms, beating an ultra-fast 40Hz frequency and made of a single piece of silicon (replacing 26 mechanical parts).
We’re at the end of March, which has been a month dedicated to women, not just on WorldTempus, but all around the world. Two weeks ago, we went all the way back in time to talk about one of the very first known human artifacts, which is assumed to be an early attempt at making a primitive calendar.
Openness and transparency are not native to the Swiss national character; master watchmaker and living legend Philippe Dufour once observed that Swiss watchmakers believed so devoutly in keeping their trade secrets that the cemetery in the Vallée de Joux (rather than a library or a school) was the world’s greatest receptacle of watchmaking knowledge.
Leading the auction, a full set of Patek Philippe perpetual calendar chronograph reference 2499 series comes from a prestigious single owner collection that took almost 20 years of dedication to assemble & an incredibly rare Patek Philippe Reference 5004 to be offered with no reserve.
In 1930 César de Trey, a successful entrepreneur who was well acquainted with both Jacques-David LeCoultre and the Parisian firm of Jaeger SA through his activities in the watch business, was travelling in India, where British army officers had taken up polo.
WorldTempus is excited to announce that Carl. F. Bucherer is debuting a brand-new podcast dedicated to women that will be going live this spring.
The podcast is called She’s Speaking and has the mission to celebrate strong, brilliant and inspiring women by discussing what drives and motivates them.