Jaquet Droz’s Grande Seconde is one of the Maison’s most iconic collections with its large figure of eight dial design that is formed by an off-centred hour and minute subdial at 12 o’clock and a large excentred second indication at 6 o’clock.
In 1881, Kintaro Hattori founded the company that would later be known as Seiko and led it until his death at the age of 73 in 1934. His credo was that his company should be "Always one step ahead of the rest" and, as they went about their duties, he promoted to his colleagues his life lesson "Don't run but always keep going.
“UAE Team Emirates has demonstrated time and again that it has world-class standards and a passion for excellence," Richard Mille EMEA CEO, Peter Harrison. "At Richard Mille, we share the same vision and ambitions and we’re delighted to go into partnership with Mauro Giannetti and his team.
“What would Charles Girardier the Elder, 18th-century watchmaker, make today?” This is the question that Patrick A. Ulm, founder of the brand, asked himself. In his time, the watchmaker Charles Girardier used grand feu enamel extensively, and favoured whimsical mechanical displays in his watches.
There is only one train that serves Le Locle, Switzerland, a tiny hamlet in the canton of Neuchatel. Hikers with ski poles are a familiar sight on this route, as are the discreet members of the Ulysse Nardin team, watchmakers from generation to generation.