Avant-garde watches for men

Let your imagination soar with these out-of-the-ordinary watches that are paving the way for the next revolution in watchmaking. 

  • You probably won’t find anything bigger than this watch by the brand 4N. Housed in a transparent sapphire crystal case, the amazing mechanical manual-winding movement that powers the jumping hours and minutes, composed of 514 components, is exposed in all its glory (€280,000).
  • Armin Strom's mechanical marvel is crammed with technical fireworks that require an excellent grasp of physics and the phenomenon of resonance. Equipped with two resonant regulators, visible on the dial, this Mirrored Force Resonance watch is limited to 50 pieces (CHF 67,000).
  • Instead of just designing a watch inspired by a car, Bell & Ross' creative director built a prototype concept car, the AeroGT, as the starting point for a watch collection.The design of the steel case on the Aero BR 03-92GT watch recalls the fuselage-style body of the car (£3,950).
  • Strictly for Trekkie fans, MB&F’s Horological Machine No.6, a limited edition of 10 in red gold, boasts a transparent sapphire crystal case designed to reveal the interior of this extraordinary spaceship. In the centre, a dome protects the 60-second flying tourbillon (£350,000).
  • Urwerk's UR-105 Raging Gold watch has an imposing red gold bezel engraved with a hobnail Clou de Paris motif. Reading the time is easy. The four carousels with the hour indications (three on each) align the correct numeral on the minute track at the bottom of the watch (CHF 67,000).
  • Omega Grey Side of the Moon chronograph watch
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  • Boucheron Reflet watch

The Jewellery Editor is for sale

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Since founding The Jewellery Editor in 2010, we have grown our digital magazine to be the number one global source of information and inspiration for fine jewellery and luxury watches.

3,500 articles, 150 videos with over 5 million views and a reach of over 2 million per month on social media later, we have offered unparalleled and highly respected coverage of our sector. However, despite our editorial success, we are financially struggling as an independent publisher.

Entirely funded, owned and run by Christine and Maria in London, we are now looking to sell The Jewellery Editor so that it can continue to grow. As e-commerce becomes a priority in our industry, we believe there is huge potential for engaging editorial content and are seeking a buyer who shares our values and passion so that under their guidance we can give a bright future to the platform and help us grow our business to the next stage.

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