Raymond Weil watches, manufactured in Geneva, are synonymous with luxury, still made with the same precise craftsmanship qualities of yesteryear. Indeed, “precision movement” is the designers’ motto and visible in every piece manufactured. Under the leadership of Raymond Weil’s son and grandsons – Olivier, Elie and Pierre Bernheim – the company has embarked on a fresh reboot of Swiss craftsmanship, with all watches heavily influenced and inspired by classic sonnets. Despite the fact that Raymond Weil only founded the brand in 1976, the Swiss penchant for detail is evident in the movement and complexity of the timepiece, which is perfectly translucent to the microsecond. The collection of ladies watches such as the Parsifal and men’s watches such as the Maestro, Toccata, Tango and the top piece, the openwork Freelancer Skeleton, are loved by collectors and enthusiasts.