This is one of the few Journe references in which the diamonds truly enhance the aesthetics - congrats on this beautiful VBII. I read the article on SJX recently explaining the difficulty in the baguette setting and gained even more respect for the small quantities produced in this setting. Thanks f
Represents one of the best value watches out there. So gettable from a price perspective on the 2ndary market, easily one I can see jumping value down the road. Would be on my shortlist if I were in the market for a Journe. Hope you can find a good one!
Looks like a time-only tourbillon in the divers case. From your photo it doesn't look like it is NTPT either, perhaps something similar to the original 027 case material. Very peculiar, I wonder if it is something we will see later this year released, or a one-off from years past. Colour me intrigue
A more reasonable number for this month IMO. Beautiful execution of the MP disc, will look wonderful in the metal. I share your thought Nicolas in holding hope for something else coming in the next few months, but this is step in the right direction.
The gray combined with the Clous de Paris hobnail interior is marvelous. Thank you for sharing, and I echo your sentiments - happy to see FP as a dedicated forum. Will post a few photos of mine when I can. Colton
Seems we will be coming up to the cycle of a new 027 based on the release dates so far. Roland Gerros is coming in May, so perhaps that will bring with it a new 027. As well, a new yohan Blake tourbillon has been spotted on his wrist but never officially announced - that could be a 2019 piece. On th
The Arctic Turn handcraft is a thing of beauty (not to say any less of your other wonderful pieces). It is such a treat to see the enamel work showcased in natural light being enjoyed as opposed to the harsh lights of Baselworld. Thank you for sharing!