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Discover the Girard-Perregaux x Aston Martin’s Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges

Combining Girard-Perregaux’s horological expertise with Aston Martin’s unrivalled performance and style, the Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges is the latest exciting addition to the world of timepieces.  Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges: Highlights Modern horlogerie calls for a delicate balance of craftsmanship, design, material and technology. Celebrating Girard-Perregaux’s iconic Three Bridges pocket watch that was first launched in the 19th century, this historical model has been reimagined in a contemporary way. Nostalgic details nod to Aston Martin racing cars of the...

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Why Alan Banbery’s Ref3448J ‘No Moon Phase’ is the most unique Patek Philippe masterpiece

In the world of haute horlogerie, revered horological masterpieces are marked by their provenance, uniqueness and historical significance: Alan Banbery’s Patek Philippe Ref3448J ‘No Moon Phase’ with Leap Year Indication ticks all the boxes. Here’s all you need to know about this unique and historically important timepiece. Who was Alan Banbery? In 1965, Alan Banbery was appointed as Patek Philippe‘s Director of Sales for English-speaking Territories. What followed was a successful career spanning almost 40 years where Banbery helped solidified Patek Philippe’s market position and the company’s...

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