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Franck Muller

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By: cbb in honor of Chamnong Bhirombhakdi
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ChristianDK
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Off the beaten track. RM063.

plus that case is one of the most beautiful work of art by RM. I own one few years ago. I find the concept of switching off the time is so romantic. If you fancy such functionality.. check these out.. these are something similar with a slight twist to it,
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By: rob102
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rob102
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A History of Independent Watchmaking - Curated by Phillips

Phillips quoted George Daniels when announcing an exhibition in Geneva this May to pay tribute to independent watchmaking: “ Independence is the utmost importance in life. Without it you are subject to the whims of other people. You are pinned down to a p
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By: BjoernM21
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PhilippeTheSaint
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anyone here have a habit of taking wristshots at the wheel during traffic red lights?

for some reason, i love to snap pictures of my wristwear during traffic red light stops. for one, I hate red lights and traffic jams, and snapping pictures of watch on wrist takes my mind off the traffic. Two, the lights filtering into the car makes great
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By: Hororgasm
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patrick_y
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#1 of 1, Franck Meuller

May I ask if there is even an earlier Franck Muller watch in your father's collection, or did Franck Muller perhaps solicit a commission with this gift? Coming fresh from watchmaking school, Franck Muller started his career in Svend Andersen's atelier in
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By: cbb in honor of Chamnong Bhirombhakdi
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cbb in honor of Chamnong Bhirombhakdi
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Independent Master Watchmakers in between Book Covers

The internet is a wonderful information source when looking for details on subjects not covered by main stream publishing. About two years ago I spent some time to gather information on independent master watchmakers from websites, particularly reports ab
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By: BjoernM21
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Grosbard
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Happy Tourbillon Day! 26th of June! Share your photos of favorite Tourbillon watches!

A true and unique masterpiece: Best, and happy anniversary, Magnus
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By: patrick_y
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patrick_y
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A most splendid weekend in Zurich with a long-planned reunion with an old love...

(i) The watch is built on a base movement may in 1896 by Louis Élysée Piguet that featured: Time indication with hours, minutes and seconds Minute repeater Grande et petite sonnerie At this time, the movement had 491 parts. (ii) Franck Muller then added (
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By: Ornatus-Mundi
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ChristianDK
2017

A most splendid weekend in Zurich with a long-planned reunion with an old love...

watchonthewrist, There was a spare Piguet complicated movement to which Muller added some complications. Then Gerber added some more. So, the watch did not really have much "Mulleresque' design features. It was an exercise in microengineering: "Let's put
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By: Ornatus-Mundi
23
ChristianDK
2017