Welcome to the next edition of our regular series where we feature all of the new watches of the past seven days, Watches on the Week. In this week's edition, we'll be featuring new watches from Perrelet, Cyrus and Bremont. Enjoy!
Cyrus Klepcys Vertical Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire
New from Cyrus is the brilliant Klepcys Vertical Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the avant-garde maison, the new Klepcys Vertical Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire features a transparent sapphire crystal case comprised of 29-parts and two crowns crafted in rose gold. The gold arch, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's self-supporting bridge, sits nice and pretty in the centre of the dial, providing a focal point that leads towards that wonderful calibre CYR625.
Bremont has dropped its latest piece which houses its latest movement, the Longitude. The Longitude, available in three distinct variations, comes with a movement manufactured in the YK. This might now sound like big news, but Bremont has purchased complete access to the intellectual property behind the base calibre and have reported that they have upgraded 80% of the movement in-house. The Longitude, therefore, has some historical significance for the brand and continues to pave the way for a British watchmaker going toe-to-toe with the Swiss big guns.
Hermès Arceau Wild Singapore
From Hermès we have the new Arceau Wild Singapore. Featuring dial made with gold thread and miniature painting of a majestic lion, the new Arceau Wild Singapore is a relatively simplistic watch from a horological stand-point, but from the view point of artistry, the Arceau Wild Singapore definitely exceeds expectations. This is a very beautiful, very direct and very subtle timepiece that portrays the beautiful marriage of the worlds of watchmaking and artistry.
Perrelet Lab Peripheral Dual Time Big Date
Perrelet has unveiled its latest timepiece in the form of the Lab Peripheral Dual Time Big Date. Available in three variations, the Lab Peripheral Dual Time Big Date features a second-time zone, a day-night indicator and a calendar with a big double window encased in a very architectural, very engineered case that looks every bit Perrelet was any other of its timepieces. Fantastic stuff.