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For lovers of car-themed watches, there's Autodromo. It's been around since 2011, the brainchild of designer Bradley Price. Price, a life-long car nut, mixes vintage vibe and minimalist design sense to create car-inspired watches with modern flair. He only releases one watch a year in order

These watches are not created for everyone. If you happen to stumble across a Sarpaneva watch, that's the clear message you'll get. Stepan Sarpaneva, an independent Finnish watchmaker, cut his teeth in complicated watchmaking with stints at Piaget and Parmigiani. In 2003, he left Switzerland for Helsinki.

Crown & Caliber’s Watchtoberfest celebration of the best, most storied German timepieces continues with a look at what is considered the gateway to high-end German watches—NOMOS Glashütte, more commonly referred to as NOMOS. Just like the majority of German-made luxury watches, NOMOS is based in the

Most luxury watch companies are proud of their long histories. But Bell & Ross is quite the opposite—just 24 years old, it’s done a great deal in surprisingly little time. In 1992, designer Bruno Belamich and entrepreneur Carlos Rosillo (Bell and Ross, respectively) set out to

Crown and Caliber is currently consigning a Speake Marin Serpent Calendar. The Speake Marin Serpent Calendar is one of the most recognizable Speake Marin models with its Piccadilly case, blued steel hands, and serpentine hand that indicates the day. The white enamel dial features black Roman numerals that