1 to 13 May, 2018

Level 1 Atrium, ION Orchard



Designed in the industrial style of the IWC manufacture in its early days, the exhibition will showcase the company’s defining historical creations alongside artistic and technical highlights from the new Jubilee Collection.

Display of Historical Pieces

Travel back in time and trace the brave footsteps of IWC Schaffhausen founder Florentine Ariosto Jones (F.A. Jones) as he sailed across the Atlantic from America to Switzerland to set up the company in 1868. And while you’re at it, catch a rare glimpse of the 10 most iconic watches that we have ever designed and manufactured.

View our New Jubilee Collection

On show are also the showstoppers from IWC Schaffhausen’s jubilee collection, which was first unveiled in Geneva in January to celebrate its 150th birthday. Those include the highly talked about IWC Tribute to Pallweber pocket- and wristwatches; the diamond encrusted Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase 36 Edition “150 Years”; and the Portugieser Constant-Force Tourbillon Edition “150 Years”.