watchmaking


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watchmaking

[ˈwɒtʃˌmeɪkɪŋ] norologeria (arte)
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Jewelry protection covers the mining of raw materials to retail of the finished product, with a specialty in diamonds and watchmaking. Banks and armored car operators benefit from protection of premises and transit risks of valuables.
One such area is the Junghans industrial zone, formerly the site of a huge watchmaking factory, which lies midway along the Giudecca on its south side and which was historically both physically and functionally separate from the rest of the island.
"Today, all German marine research ships have been equipped with Wempe precision instruments and chronometers and at their stores, one will find living proof of the company's dedication to the fine art of watchmaking -- an incomparable selection of watches, crafted by world-renowned manufacturers -- all with a long tradition of their own."
Every Roger Dubuis watch is stamped with the Geneva seal, the hallmark of superior traditional watchmaking quality.
The Happy Sport rapidly became an emblem of the maison and of feminine watchmaking in general.
French watchmaking expert Objectif Horlogerie will engage watch enthusiasts in a master watch workshop, 'Discover Watchmaking' and each participant will also be awarded an accredited diploma.
There have been seven 'mechanical inventions' -- seismic breakthroughs in mechanical watchmaking -- developed by Greubel Forsey in the last decade-and- a-half too.
The piece, no doubt, brings Louis Vuitton into the stratosphere of high watchmaking.
Not only is it the first smartwatch for Montblanc, it is also the first timepiece in the world to have successfully and credibly combined digital connectivity with fine Swiss watchmaking. This is a timepiece that offers its owner the best of both worlds."
The boutique is reflective of the brand's DNA and values, linking its 142-year heritage to the history of VallAaAaAeA@e de Joux, while illustrati its mastery in fine watchmaking.
What is it about high-end watchmaking that allows the art form to transcend the world of luxury and find a captivating place in the sporting universe?
There is pride in knowing, however, that one wears a timepiece created with almost 200 years of fine watchmaking tradition, no bells and whistles required.