Salón Internacional Alta Relojería 2011 (SIAR) in Mexico City


02,5 - ENAMELED POCKET WATCH, SIGNED GERVAIS ET SANDOZ. CIRCA 1780. MUSÉE INTERNATIONAL D'HORLOGERIE
Enameled pocket watch, signed Gervais et Sandoz. Circa 1780. Musée International d'Horlogerie

03 - ENAMELED POCKET WATCH, SIGNED GERVAIS ET SANDOZ. CIRCA 1780. MUSÉE INTERNATIONAL D'HORLOGERIE
Enameled pocket watch, signed Gervais et Sandoz. Circa 1780. Musée International d'Horlogerie

04 - 'BUTTONHOLE' WATCH. LATE 19TH C. ENGRAVED GOLAY FILS & STAHL. PATRIMOINE JAEGER-LECOULTRE
'Buttonhole' watch. Late 19th c. engraved Golay Fils & Stahl. Patrimoine Jaeger-LeCoultre

05 - HUNTER POCKET WATCH WITH WORLD TIME, GIRARD-PERREGAUX. 1850. MUSÉE GIRARD-PERREGAUX
Hunter pocket watch with world time, Girard-Perregaux. 1850. Musée Girard-Perregaux

06 - DEPOLLIER WATERPROOF AND DUSTPROOF WRISTWATCH, WALTHAM, UNITED STATES. CIRCA 1920. MIH
Depollier waterproof and dustproof wristwatch, Waltham, United States. Circa 1920. MIH

Mexico DF is to be once again the capital of watchmaking from 4th to 6th October, 2011. For the fifth consecutive year, the Salão Internacional de Alta Relojería, México 2011 (SIAR) brings together all lovers of the art of watchmaking, to discover the latest and most advanced products of the season and their designers, in an event that has become a point of reference  for the industry in Latin America. 

This year the number of participating brands has increased by 46,11 compared to the last edition. The SIAR 2011 also includes a wide selection of conferences from various Managing Directors and watchmakers taking part in the event.

Photos: FHH

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