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
Audemars Piguet’s new Code 11.59 collection is a lesson in managing expectations
The watch world has embraced the ravages of time, but would it draw the line at Steve McQueen's fire-damaged Rolex?
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.
Includes butterfly wings, meteorites, selfies and a snake
Not the most expensive, or the most outrageous, but the ones we'd most like to take home with us...