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AkriviA Tourbillon Heure Minute Watch Hands-On

The word legend is sometimes used too freely. People seem to think that for something or someone to be legendary it or they need to be rooted in the distant past. But that simply isn't true. Legends are born in the present day, anointed as such for their effect on

AkriviA Tourbillon Monopusher Chronograph Watch Hands-On

Geneva-based AkriviA is one of the more recently established independent haute horlogerie brands with a foundation that goes back to the now defunct innovative BNB Concept movement maker and designer. Being an independent in the world of modern watch making means the brand in question is not related to luxury groups or major watch

SalonQP 2014: An Ever-Personal Encounter With The World Of Horology

2014 marked my second attendance, and more importantly, the sixth edition of the British watch exhibition called SalonQP, held at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Last year, in my comprehensive article about the event, I referred to it as a "most personal exhibition of fine watches, remarkable brands and astoundingly difficult crafts," and

AkriviA Tourbillon Regulator Watch

Like any parent will tell you, one of the greatest joys in life is watching your child mature into a unique personality. The development of a brand is a similar ontogeny that must be just as exciting and intimidating for its owner. It seems strange to consider that the global

AkriviA Tourbillon Barrette-Miroir Watch

AkriviA is one of the newer independent watch brands out – but then again you probably already know that as we have been following it closely over the last few years. Established in 2012, it was founded by master watchmaker, Rexhep Rexhepi, who himself has just turned 29 years old. Furthermore,

AkriviA AK-06 Watch Hands-On

Geneva-based boutique high-end watch maker AkriviA debuted their first non-tourbillon watch at Baseworld 2017, the AK-06. The AkriviA AK-06 might not have the sexiest name, but the watch itself is a lovely testament to our love of individually produced mechanical watches. The movement itself is a minor masterpiece, and I