Some claim that watchmaking goes in circles? It’s wrong. In this highly competitive industry, each manufacturer competes in creativity and ingenuity in order to stand out. Result, to stand out from the crowd, the amateur of beautiful mechanics is spoiled for choice.
And, faced with such diversity, choosing the model that will match both your personality and your way of life becomes a real human adventure. Once the budget has been established, it will be necessary to carry out an overview, a market study, to get an idea of the collections present and then find the rare pearl. Dandies will opt for a pocket watch, to be worn like our grandfathers on the end of a chain, or for a small model as was customary from the beginning of the last century until the 1960s.
Collectors will fall back on rare models, calling on craftsmanship or rich in exceptional complications, like the Rotonde Minute Repeater which gives the exact time to music, or on watches with calibers visible thanks
to their dials open. Even architecture buffs will be satisfied with a model that pays tribute to Le Corbusier.