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Calendar 2019

Jun. 27

London Art Week commences

Mayfair and St. James district once again host this art event in its sixth year, where pre-contemporary art, Old Masters and antiquities are showcased and auctioned in the galleries and auction houses alike. Until 5 July.

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By Avril Groom

Piaget adds pure white chalcedony to its much-loved Possession series and mother-of-pearl and opal with rose gold to its Sunlight range.

Piaget Possessions
By Avril Groom

Matches Fashion has launched a new special collaboration between designer Álvaro González and editor, designer and vintage aficionado Kim Hersov to create a line of nine Native American-inspired, boho-chic sandals.

By Avril Groom

Swatch Group reveals new premium models – including Omega’s limited-edition steel Speedmaster Apollo 11 50th anniversary edition, Breguet’s denim-strapped, modern Queen of Naples and Harry Winston’s handmade micro-mosaics.

By Avril Groom

At the preview for Christie’s Magnificent Jewels sale (Geneva May 16) – a Fabergé tiara made for Princess Alexandra of Hanover, 1950s Bulgari Serpenti cuffs, one containing a watch, and a 1940s Cartier bracelet with cabochon emerald.

By Avril Groom

New at Harrods’ fine jewellery department is New York designer Nina Runsdorf’s first boutique, boasting sumptuously subtle old mine and rose cut diamonds, diamond “slices”, iconic flip rings, enamel edgings and imaginative semi-precious stones.

By Avril Groom

1960s and 1970s style feature in the first major Mary Quant exhibition at the V&A, from April 6 to February 2020. Her revolution made “fashion available to everyone” with a farsighted business model offering logos, collaborations and lifestyle products.

Yesterday, at a private event in Singapore, a 47-year old whisky from the Mortlach distillery sold for S$50,000, raising money for Daughters of Tomorrow, a charity to support impoverished women.

By Elisa Vallata

The 40mm case of the new Calatrava Weekly Calendar was inspired by a unique Patek piece from 1955 and features hand-written style typography on the dial.

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Crafting Excellence

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