The watch world’s current “Blue Period” shows no signs of waning at this year’s Baselworld, as brands continue to roll out timepieces with azure-colored dials and straps. Among the most notable new releases is a dark blue version of Glashütte Original’s Senator Chronometer, a model launched in 2099 that has become one of the Saxon brand’s cornerstones.
This year however, Jaeger-LeCoultre announced another version of its Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar but now with a stunning new eye-catching dial, made of meteorite and unique at the same time.
Arnold & Son recently announced a new, stainless steel version of its HM Perpetual Moon timepiece with a beautiful, blue, lacquered guilloché dial. Here are details on the Arnold & Son HM Perpetual Moon, including specs and price.
In its new Maison des Métiers d’Art in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, Cartier creates artisanal dials for manufacture watches. WatchTime was among a group who were the first visitors to the new facility. Here’s an inside look. The field next to Cartier’s giant, ultra-modern, glass-walled watch manufacturing facility in La Chaux-de-Fonds was, until recently − and
It is no secret that besides blogging about watches for fratellowatches.com, I also love to collect watches — especially iconic watches like the Rolex GMT-Master, Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Rolex Datejust and, of course, the Omega Speedmaster Professional. I own several of the last model. Ever since I bought my first Speedmaster (15 years ago