Tonight, Tim Mosso showcases luxury watch movements like you've never seen them before - up close and personal. Starting with Patek Philippe watches and including top independent brands like De Bethune and Greubel Forsey, this episode includes close range details of the technology and fine finish that make luxury watch movements irresistible to collectors, enthusiasts, and dreamers. If you wish to explore the techniques and traditions that make watchmaking great, tonight's show is for you.
Patek Philippe watches are the gold standard for collectors of luxury timepieces. Since 1839, Patek has been a Geneva-based institution and a rite of passage for many of the most accomplished watchmakers and committed watch collectors. This episode explores the design and finish of several Patek Philippe watches including the 5520P Travel Time Alarm, the Golden Ellipse 5738-51G, the 5172G chronograph, and the 5231J World Time cloisonne enamel dial.
Blancpain watches are included on tonight's show. The famous Blancpain Fifty Fathoms dive watch is part of the assembled collection, but it's by no means the only showcase of Blancpain's incredible scope of excellence. A Leman Tourbillon Semanier showcases the firm's spectacular dress watch complications, and the Villeret 8 Jours demonstrates the phenomenal facility of the brand with modern mechanical movement engineering. Finally, an Air Command chronograph provides a different view of Blancpain's sports watches beyond diving.
Independent watch brands De Bethune and Greubel Forsey are featured tonight. Greubel Forsey of La Chaux-de-Fonds is famed for its uncompromising product quality, fine finish, and exclusivity. De Bethune of L'Auberson is renowned for the creativity and engineering genius of lead watchmaker and co-founder Denis Flageollet.
If you love luxury watch movements and luxury watch finishing, this show is for you!
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