Entitled ‘THE BLUE’, The largest flawless vivid blue diamond in the world will lead the Christie’s Geneva sale on May 14, as well as 440 iconic watches on May 12th. Weighing 13.22 carats the stone will lead Christie’s auction of Magnificent Jewels to be held in Geneva…Read The Full Post
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For all the insider info and exclusive event coverage from SIHH, Haute Time has it all—and has built a special part of its site focusing only on the luxury timepieces unveiled there in Geneva. Editors and curators from Haute Time were on the ground and…Read The Full Post
Watch tourism in Switzerland is an aficionado’s paradise, combining natural and horological wonders off the beaten track
On May 14th at Christie’s Important Watches sale in Geneva, Richard Mille will auction off a one-of-a-kind RM 033 Sentebale, a watch donated by Richard Mille in aid of the Sentebale and Tusk Trust’s charitable work.
Compangie Financiere Richemont announced Monday that it will invest 100 million Swiss Francs ($92 million) on a production site which will include watch making shops, training centers and research centers on watch technology.
The world’s fastest roadster, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year.
The new Aston Martin V8 Vantage was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show, and the revised entry is about to make its way to the United States priced at $118,370.
At the Lexus LF-LC’s Detroit show in January, Senior execs at Lexus’ parent firm Toyota insisted that the hybrid coupe was strictly a concept. Now, the popularity of the dramatic sportscar has significantly boosted its chances of making production.
Mansory is coming to the Geneva Motor Show-beginning March 8-18- with a McLaren MP4-12C that looks like it should be in the video game “Need For Speed” than a real car. With a new exhaust, lightweight Mansory wheels and a flashy orange exterior, the McLaren is kicking car rears and taking names.
A lighter, more powerful Ferrari California will debut during the Geneva Motor Show. Production of the supercar has already begun, but the availability will vary according to each market with first deliveries scheduled for Europe.