DFS Group is to launch the 11th edition of its Masters of Time exhibition this month in partnership with Shoppes at Four Seasons in Macau.
This year’s edition features a specially curated collection highlighting six different time periods — the 19th century, the 1920s, the 1960s, the 2000s, today and tomorrow.
The collection will initially be unveiled to members of DFS’ most loyal customers over five weekends in December and January at T Galleria by DFS, Macau, Shoppes at Four Seasons and will remain for sale and available to view by the public until February 2020.
Masters of Time is a signature event in DFS’ Masters Series, which showcases DFS’ leadership and innovation in curating and creating experiences across its five pillars of luxury: wines and spirits, beauty and fragrances, watches and jewellery, fashion and accessories and food and gifts.
Created by DFS in 2008, the event is launched each year in Macau. The epochs highlighted in the exhibition introduce pieces through a journey into the past, present and future. Each era offers a perspective into the world of watchmaking and fine jewellery.
This year’s Masters of Time collection represents an exclusive selection of watches and jewellery, with each piece chosen by DFS’ merchant teams.
Masters of Time features more than 120 watches plus 20 fine jewellery masterpieces from over 25 brands including Blancpain, Bulgari, Cartier (pictured left) Franck Muller, Hublot, Jaquet Droz and Zenith, as well as compilations of exclusive, limited-edition and world debut pieces in Asia.
Matthew Green, DFS Group Senior Vice President Watches and Jewellery said: “As the leading curator of one of the largest compilations of exclusive, limited edition and world debut pieces in Asia, this year marks yet another pinnacle of DFS’ collaborative efforts with the world’s leading brands in haute horlogerie.
“We are proud to showcase this peerless portfolio of timepieces and jewellery that promises to delight seasoned collectors and first-time buyers alike.”
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