Photos: Wristwatch windup

Photos: Wristwatch windup

Summary: As watch companies and jewelers congregated for the Baselworld trade show, aficionados celebrated the watchmaker's art.

TOPICS: Hardware

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  • Viola watches

    Viola, one of Hong Kong's first watchmakers to exhibit at BaselWorld, introduced watches from the company's "Lost in Time" collection. The watch on the left is marketed as a timepiece for the woman who doesn't want to be preoccupied by time. Playing to customers of the opposite temperament is, on the right, a watch whose 10 hands can track the time in three different time zones.

  • Guess 'Wild Child' watch

    Guess Watches offers its Wild Child watch, which features a denim cuff with 12 teardrop crystals surrounding the face to create a sunburst effect.

Topic: Hardware

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