National Jeweler Network



Tiffany introduces CT60 watch collection

The stainless steel timepieces have Swiss self-winding mechanical movements and alligator straps.


Shinola introduces its first moon phase dials

The Detroit-based, U.S.-made watch brand has two new quartz movements powering its new watches: moon phase versions of the Runwell and the Gomelsky, and a travel watch called The Rambler GMT.


Swarovski’s toned-down timepieces and smart jewelry

At Baselworld, the brand introduced watches with more subtle crystals and had its new line of activity-tracking jewelry on display, which it is considering making available for wholesale distribution.


At Baselworld, Omega introduces the Master

The Swatch Group-owned brand debuted what it is calling its most advanced automatic watch ever, a timepiece certified as a “Master Chronometer.”


Patek Philippe debuts first pilot watch in decades

Inspired by pilot’s watches from the 1930s, Patek Philippe created the Calatrava Pilot Travel Time to appeal to a younger generation of watch buyers.


TAG Heuer to partner with Intel on smartwatch

Smartwatches are a focus at Baselworld 2015, and the biggest announcement so far belongs to TAG Heuer, which is teaming with Intel and Google on a connected device.


Breitling connects chronograph with smartphone

The brand’s new Caliber B55 Connected can record information from the wristwatch onto a smartphone, and the watch’s settings can be controlled from the phone as well.  


Swatch won’t ‘produce a mini mobile phone’

The Swatch Group is limiting its entry into the field of smartwatches to new models in its low-priced Swatch range and $2 near field communication chips.  


Jaeger-LeCoultre opens in Miami, more stores to come

Richemont has expanded its retail presence with the launch of a new Jaeger-LeCoultre store in Miami, and said it plans to open boutiques for the watch brand in Las Vegas, Vancouver and Toronto this spring as well.