Teaser video: the world's finest watches and jewellery at Baselworld 2014

Enjoy a preview of Maria Doulton's trip to Baselworld before the launch of a series of videos showcasing the show's most spectacular watches and jewellery.

DeLaneau Jellyfish watch featuring a hand-painted enamel dial and diamond bezel

By Maria Doulton in London

I spent last week at Baselworld, the largest watch and jewellery show on the planet. While I was there, I was on the look out for all that is exciting and new in the world of luxury. And now I can share it with you as I was followed by our video team, who captured the highlights, from behind-the-scenes moments to exclusive interviews with the leading brands.

Coming shortly is a series of videos that will bring you up close to the most spectacular, beautiful and original jewels and watches I saw at Baselworld 2014.

From DeLaneau's richly detailed enamel dials and Rolex's blockbuster launches to De Grisogono's brightly coloured Allegra watches, Chanel's chic new watches and Garrard's tiaras, we have captured the best of Baselworld.  

I present videos of my favourite women's and men's watches at Baselworld 2014, my top jewellery picks and share with you some of the most amazing and exciting moments of the show, including time with Colin Firth at Chopard and that incredible US$55 million dollar coloured diamond watch from Graff.

I had the chance to interview Thierry Stern and his wife Sandrine Stern of Patek Philippe for a unique insight into their world and spent a morning with Louis Vuitton discovering its new watches. Until then, here is a taster of what is to come.

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