Watch aficionados, you’re not going to want to miss this. To commemorate its 150th Anniversary, iconic Swiss watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen will run a retrospective exhibition at ION Orchard, from the 1 to 13 May.
The space is designed in the industrial style of the IWC manufacture in its early days, and invites members of the public to trace the adventurous footsteps of F. A. Jones, founder of the iconic watch company, to how he ushered in the modern age of watchmaking today.
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Highlights of the exhibition includes 10 of the most iconic watches the luxury brand has ever designed and manufactured, all the way from its archives in Schaffhausen to Singapore shores. The classic pieces include the 1936 iconic Special Watch for Pilots Ref. 436, and the famed 1886 Lepine Pallweber III pocket watch.
The exhibition also offers the chance to admire new pieces from IWC’s Jubilee Collection, which was unveiled earlier at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) earlier in Geneva in January this year.
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Have a glimpse of the much raved about Jubilee models here:
The retrospective exhibition will run from 1-13 May 2018, at the Level 1 Atrium of ION Orchard, Singapore.