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One-On-One With World-Record Breaking Phillips Auction House Chairman, Cheyenne Westphal

One-On-One With World-Record Breaking Phillips Auction House Chairman, Cheyenne Westphal

Haute Time sits down with Phillips Auction House Chairman Cheyenne Westphal to discuss the most recent London auction and the contemporary art world. READ MORE

Throwback Thursday: 1920’s Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir

Throwback Thursday: 1920’s Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir

Cartier has a very rich watchmaking history. The majority of the watches that they made, especially in the earlier years of La Maison, have always been remarkably uncomplicated. It was their refined case shapes, matched with classic, elegant dials that were the focus. But there are exceptions to this, like this Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir from 1929. READ MORE

Throwback Thursday: “New Old Stock” Vacheron Constantin Chronograph

Throwback Thursday: “New Old Stock” Vacheron Constantin Chronograph

It is not uncommon to remake something decades after it was first launched….at least, in the car world. Aston Martin did it not too long ago with the DB4GT, and Jaguar just announced that it will make another 25 D-Types, which they stopped producing in 1956. In the watch world, this is a bit more uncommon, yet Vacheron Constantin did something similar with this chronograph in 1990, at the request of a client. READ MORE

Throwback Thursday: Patek Philippe “Cathedral” Minute Repeating Annual Calendar Ref. 5033P-001

Throwback Thursday: Patek Philippe “Cathedral” Minute Repeating Annual Calendar Ref. 5033P-001

There are a lot of very tempting things about this exquisite Patek Philippe, but first and foremost that it is such a very understated watch! With its distinct tonneau case and subtle Roman numerals, it shows that it is a fine watch, yet disguises how technically refined it is! READ MORE

Throwback Thursday: 1930 Heuer Single Button Chronograph

Throwback Thursday: 1930 Heuer Single Button Chronograph

Some brands have been focussed on a single complication for a very long time. This goes for sure for Heuer, who has nurtured the chronograph as the focal point of most of its endeavors. That they excelled at this can not only their current collection testify for, but also their vintage models such as this single button chronograph from 1930. READ MORE

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