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Patek Philippe
This legendary family-owned firm recalls its past with this Ref 5950A ($440,000) split-seconds chronograph with steel cushion-shaped case inspired by its 1920s predecessors. It houses the ultrathin CHR27-525 PS proprietary movement with 60-minute counter and seconds subdial. The opaline dial has decorative black lacquer-filled engravings on the perimeter.
Corum
Updating the iconic timepiece, Corum releases this Golden Bridge Tourbillon with the smallest tourbillon cage in the world. Only 33 pieces will be made in red gold ($129,000), white gold or platinum, each with a unique dial
   
Ulysse Nardin
Offering its legendary perpetual calendar movement in an 18k rose-gold case, Ulysse Nardin’s El Toro [$49,800 to $51,600] is water-resistant to 100 meters. The COSC-certified chronometer with second time zone and date, day, month and year indication features ceramic pushers and bezel. Only 500 will be made.
 
  Christophe Claret
Crafted in black PVD-coated titanium, this exceptional DualTow NightEagle (price on request) is handcrafted and features a hand-wound CC20A caliber single-pusher chronograph with tourbillon consisting of 574 components, including 65 jewels.

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