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By Zahra Al-Kateb | August 17 2015
It may be more famous for its diamonds, but London-based Graff is equally serious about watches. Never one to take the easy route, when founder Laurence Graff decided to launch a watch division, he insisted on investing in the house’s own innovative movements.
Since launching this first collection in 2008, Graff has explored more complex movements and now offers watches built in six proprietary movements. The 2015 collection sees the introduction of the new Calibre 6, and a focus on two skeleton watches, the Diamond MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton and the MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton.
The diamond version features Graff’s invisible Mosaic Diamond setting, offset by more diamonds along each bridge. While Graff knows a diamond, there is something striking about the whole collection. Also new this year is the Diamond MasterGraff Grand Date Dual Time Tourbillon.