Timing Is Everything

Do you really use your watch to tell time? Probably not. That’s what a phone is for. A timepiece is a statement of purpose and this refined pocket watch is no exception.
Text by Jacquelyn Benson | June 7, 2018 | Luxury

The pocket watch isn’t about convenience — it’s about luxury and position, and this stunning tourbillon with a trio of gold bridges is based on a classic Girard-Perregaux model that made its debut in an era of true class: at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889. Technically subtle and exquisitely designed, the bridges, gear train and barrel of this piece require a full-month’s worth of meticulous labor. And yes, finishes are customizable to create a truly personal impact;