David Candaux, the Solliat’s watchmaker: The story of an encounter

David Candaux l'horloger du Solliat

David Candaux, the Solliat’s watchmaker: The story of an encounter We discovered this man through a friend who was to be his intern. Intrigued by his name and our ignorance, we’ve search, and we’ve been marked by his logotype. That bear head look a lot like David. Months and years have gone by and the […]

Two exclusive pieces for the 300th birthday of Pierre Jaquet-Droz

300ans Pierre Jaquet-Droz - article

Two exclusive pieces for the 300th birthday of Pierre Jaquet-Droz Pierre Jaquet-Droz’s 300th birthday will be celebrated on July 21, 2021. To pay tribute to its founder, the brand revisits its Grande Seconde Moon in two different exclusive versions. To handle these watches, Tourbillon Watch went to 112 Avenue Kleber, in the very fancy 16th […]

Tudor Black Bay Ceramic, a step towards conquest

Tudor Black Bay Ceramic - article

Tudor Black Bay Ceramic, A step towards conquest A new incoming email rings, it’s from Tudor. We’ve been informed that a new-born is on its way, followed by an invitation to come see and wear it. Paris is ravishing, its streets are still calm, and the sun rises to warm up the Parc Monceau. We […]

American 1921 Pièce Unique, the 100 years challenge

Amercan 1921

American 1921 Pièce Unique The 100 years challenge A few months ago, we offered you an article about the story of the Vacheron Constantin’s American 1921. You know our interest in this piece and you can easily imagine our enthusiasm when we heard that the Restoration workshop and the Heritage department were collaborating to celebrate […]

Diver 5303 in Serica’s style

Serica 5303

Diver 5303 in Serica’s style If you don’t already know the brand Serica, you can discover it in our previous article about it in which we presented it to you. In short, the Serica name refers to a Chinese region, which was the most eastern point known by the Greeks and Romans. You could access […]

The 5711 is dead. Long live the 5711!

Arrêt de la 5711 par Patek Philippe

The 5711 is dead. Long live the 5711! On a sunny day, I was walking around Place Vendôme from shop to shop. I remember the one in the back left corner of the Place when you come from the Opera Garnier. Very sober, the store window does not stand out more from the others, and […]

Our vision of watchmaking

Notre vision de l'horlogerie

Our vision of watchmaking The following lines only implicate me. You can agree and disagree, I leave you the comments area to express your opinion. Now that it has been said, let’s go right to the subject. I will try here to bring you to a reflection on watchmaking. I want it to be punchy […]