Philippe Dufour

Monsieur Dufour, a master of grand complications and finishings, bases his designs on traditional movement architecture and artistic expressions of the Vallée de Joux from 1850 to 1920. In his watches, understated, elegant aesthetics combine with fantastically finished movements.

Laurent Ferrier

The Laurent Ferrier brand-name has become synonymous with watches of high quality, both aesthetically and technically. When Monsieur Ferrier started his eponymous brand, he was given a carte blanche in terms of the approach and design. Together with his son Christian, Laurent Ferrier developed their first calibre from scratch, and it quickly became a firm favourite with collectors and watch enthusiasts. To find out more about the origins of the brand, and about Laurent himself,...

Roger W. Smith

Every Roger W. Smith watch is a masterpiece of mechanical art. Making just ten pieces each year, the Roger W. Smith Studio stand at the forefront of watchmaking, as the only watchmakers creating complete watches and movements in Britain.

Kari Voutilainen

Every Kari Voutilainen watch is meant to be seen. They are truly individual, with exquisitely finished dials, extravagant Breguet hands and large numerals. They represent a mixture of engineering, physics, chemistry, artisanship and art, created in Môtiers, Switzerland.