From his workbench in Santa Barbara, master clockmaker David Walter provides TimeZone with an exclusive first look at his latest precision masterpiece – a Double Pendulum Clock with Perpetual Calendar. This precision clock has a double pendulum. When two pendulums hang on the same, non-rigid mounting frame, they swing... Read more
George III ascended the throne in 1760 when he was 22 years old. That same year, George III built the Kew Observatory with the original purpose of observing the transit of Venus. Eventually, he located his collection of 2,000 timekeeping and scientific instruments to the observatory; the greater part... Read more
A Moment with Dominique Fléchon, Author of ‘The Mastery of Time’
A conversation in May 2012 by Jessica The Foundation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) recently hosted a cocktail reception to launch “The Mastery of Time” by French author Dominique Fléchon, an historian and expert in antiquarian horology. The 456-page tome divides the major breakthroughs in watchmaking in six thoroughly researched chapters.... Read more
The Cartier Tank Anglaise Launch at Kensington Palace Gardens
Cartier & Aldo Cipullo, New York City in the 1970s
A Conversation with Michael Margolis, US President of Girard-Perregaux & JeanRichard
A conversation in February 2012 by Jessica Michael (Mike) Margolis is a watch collector. Mike’s passion for watches began sometime in high school when his father gave him an Omega Seamaster. Mike vividly recalls winding it, setting it, putting it to his ear and falling in love with the... Read more
The Legendary Jewels of Elizabeth Taylor
Cartier at Prague Castle – Power of Style
A Conversation with Rudy Chavez of Baume & Mercier
A Conversation with Rudy Chavez of Baume & Mercier A conversation in July 2011 by Jessica Rodolfo “Rudy” Chavez is an American success story. His story begins in the 1960s, when his parents fled Cuba. After the Chavez family immigrated to the United States, Rudy grew up and put... Read more
And the bride wore Cartier
Design Retrospective: Cartier and the Egyptian Revival Style
Coasting the day at the Cartier & America Exhibition
Visiting Bordeaux Part 2 – Médoc, St-Emilion & Pomerol by JESSICA
First town, now country: Visiting Bordeaux by JESSICA
A Moveable Feast – Restaurant Guy Savoy by JESSICA
A Moveable Feast – L’Arpѐge by JESSICA