Deep time. Abstract layers create a rich relief. Left, from top to bottom, ‘BR03-92 Black Camo’, £2,800, by Bell & Ross. ‘Big Bang Unico Sang Bleu All Black’, £17,300, by Hublot. Constant Escapement LM’, £72,100, by Girard-Perregaux. ‘Cord 2.0’ fabric, by Nya Nordiska. Right, ‘Sequential One S110 Evo Vantablack’, caseback signed by Anish Kapoor, £76,170, by MCT. ‘Beauty’ fabric, by JAB Anstoetz.
As originally featured in the Precious Index, our new watches and jewellery supplement (see W*218). Photography: Thomas Brown. Set design: Annette Masterman. Watches & Jewellery Director: Caragh McKay.
Shadow play. Polishing and finishing techniques heighten the all-black mood. Left, from top to bottom, ‘RM 61-01 Yohan Blake All Grey Edition’, £114,500, by Richard Mille. ‘Octo Ultranero’, £5,800, by Bulgari. ‘Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Black Ceramic’, price on request, by Audemars Piguet. Right, ‘Cape Cod Shadow’, £2,950, by Hermès. ‘Boy.Friend Tweed’ in black stainless steel, £4,364, by Chanel. ‘Ototo CS’ fabric, by Nya Nordiska
Black out. Carbotech makes its horological debut. Left, ‘LAB-ID Luminor 1950 Carbotech 3 Days’, £42,640, by Panerai. ‘Cloud FR’ fabric in Marine, by Kirkby Design. Right, from top to bottom, ‘Type 3 Black Black’, £31,127, by Ressence. ‘Carrera Calibre Heuer 01 Chronograph’, £5,100, by TAG Heuer. ‘TimeWalker Chronograph UTC’, £4,290, by Montblanc. ‘Osamu’ fabric in Onyx, by Harlequin
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