Along with the Jones calibre Savonnette pocket watch, you can also see the 1886 Pallweber version, featuring a white enamel dial, at the roadshow. A Portugieser wristwatch (Ref. 325) from 1954 and a Mark 11 navigators wristwatch are also on display.
You can even feast your eyes on what was known as the most complicated wristwatch in the world in its day, the “Il destriero Scausia”, or a “Grand Complication”. All sets have examples of beautiful works of art that highlighted IWC’s haute horologerie skills.
The roadshow is scheduled to stop at IWC Boutiques in Singapore, Toyko, Dubai, London, Zurich, Paris and Rome. Contact your local IWC Boutique or IWC Representative to find out when you can see the timepieces.
But what if you aren’t in these cities?