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Stepan Sarpaneva’s Nocturne Watch Sees a Dial With 233 Openings

Stepan Sarpaneva has just released his latest horological work of art in the form of the Nocturne. Inspired by theatrical sceneries, referencing traveling theatres of the past, the Nocturne plays with color, angles, lighting, and intricate engravings to create a grand illusion within a timepiece.

The Most Complex Skeleton Diving Watch : A Look At Ulysse Nardin’s New Diver x Skeleton

On the heels of the massive success of the DIVER X SKELETON in blue, which sold out upon its release in 2021, the iconic Ulysse Nardin timepiece has returned in a new colorway: black. The relaunch encompasses 175 new pieces in black Carbonium® with a contrasting yellow rubber strap and a black R-STRAP made of upcycled fishing nets.

Jacob & Co. Astronomia Solar Bitcoin Is a Horological Monument to Crypto

Jacob & Co has built a horological monument to crypto in the form of the 25-piece limited edition Astronomia Solar Bitcoin.

Basing the watch around Jacob & Co.’s most diminutive Astronomia movement, the JCAM19, allows for a comparatively slight 44mm case diameter, aided by the shrinking effect of a full black DLC coating of its titaniumframe.

Ulysse Nardin Blast Free Wheel

Ulysse Nardin has always been a brand that nurtured its creative side. In order to give itself extensive freedom to express itself, it also has to be technologically very advanced. The two combined have resulted in some of the most extraordinary timepieces, of which the Blast Free Wheel is one. It takes mechanical watchmaking to new heights by presenting it completely different from what we are used to.