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The Japanese brand was the first to produce an automatic chronographs in 1969. But it won't be marking the achievement.
The new boss explains the decision to pull out of the UK, and outlines his plans for Parmigiani's future
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Montblanc introduces distressed steel for the love of patina
US watchmaking pioneers are reclaiming the nation’s lost craft
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Only Watch 2019 to auction Jurassic clock
Father and daughter watchmakers team up for the seriously cool TP1
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Split-second chronograph with perpetual calendar is the brand's most complicated watch to date