Given that the most recent 20 years were maybe among the most fascinating in horological history, GMT Publishing chose to embrace an aggressive undertaking, The Millennium Watch Book . It’s probably going to be intriguing for both watch fans and amateurs: a huge organization 300-page book composed by an assorted assortment of 25 writers and watch industry figures who have been around the scene for, goodness, some time (counting yours genuinely) and represented by more than 1,000 photos.
The Millennium Watch Book is an end table distribution thinking back over the watch business’ victories somewhere in the range of 2000 and 2020.
A few shocking things occurred during this advanced time of watchmaking and many are reviewed here, investigating themes like chronographs, the free movers, the blast in ladies’ watches, the utilization of silicon in present day watches, and even the new blast of the used watch market.
People who love measurements will probably value the index like posting of the entirety of the laureates of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève since its establishment in 2001.
And a Who’s Who-like segment gives profiles of 80 significant industry figures dynamic during these twenty years, including many brand CEOs.
A uncommon reward is that the cover was planned by one of the watch business’ generally significant and productive present day originators: Eric Giroud .
This book isn’t for the colored in-the-fleece WIS searching for profound specialized detail, yet it fills in as an exceptionally visual piece of aggregate memory throughout the previous 20 years of watch history. The aim of its 20 sections was to gather and praise the subtleties and individuals comprising the positive development of the watch business’ last two decades.
The Millennium Watch Book will be distributed in November 2020 and is accessible in French or English. It is typically sold at the retail cost of CHF 260, however right now Quill & Pad perusers can pre-request it at 60% off that cost (substantial until September 30, 2020).
To request your duplicate, visit www.the-watch-book.com .
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