The auction house will display some of the finest pieces from the celebrated CEO and collector
Gradient pattern, aka fumé or ombré, dials are back in watchmakers’ favour thanks to newly rediscovered techniques
The Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime for Only Watch 2019 could topple all auction records this Saturday
We have Evelyne Genta, Roger Smith, a dedicated Speedmaster get-together and the man who walked the length of the Yangtze
From October 25-28 Phillips is holding an exhibition and sale of 200 rare Swatch watches.
We shed some light (as much as we can, anyway) on Patek Philippe's model-numbering system
QP is launching a new series of events aimed at watch collectors
They say time is the best healer, but a watch that boasts of specific medical benefits might be taking it a bit too literally
Patek Philippe's Ellipse is tipped to follow the Nautilus
The watch world has embraced the ravages of time, but would it draw the line at Steve McQueen's fire-damaged Rolex?
Audemars Piguet’s new Code 11.59 collection is a lesson in managing expectations
There’s always time for tall tales and knowing whispers in the horological cosmos - especially where Patek Philippe is concerned
The watchmaking courses are coming to London at the end of August
Your chance to own a stunning Patek Philippe with provenance
Clearing up the confusion between left-handed, right-handed and "destro" watches
The Japanese brand was the first to produce an automatic chronographs in 1969. But it won't be marking the achievement.