A BaselWorld preview, Cuervo y Sobrinos’ Historiador Flameante Reserva de Marcha nods to the brand’s heritage in the 1950s. The timepiece is powered by an ETA 7001RM hand-wound movement beating at a frequency of 21,600 vph. The movement also contains a decorated bridge on wheel mechanism and is completed with an engraving on the movement holder reading ‘Testimony of style since 1882.
Gergé M3 This automatic mono-pusher chronograph is limited to just 88 pieces. The 45mm rose gold-and-titanium case perfectly complements the rhodium-plated dial with Cotes de Genéve decoration and comes on an alligator strap. Price: $18,900
Hermès Dressage Bringing to mind certain chronographs from the 1930s, the Dressage contains a new movement, the H1837, which is Hermes’s first proprietary caliber. The mechanical and self-winding movement took five years to develop with Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier. Price: $9,700