Journal

World of Watches

Ole Mathiesen has been pursuing the art of watchmaking for three generation, always looking for improvement and following the classical trends. You can read up more on our news about products, historical moments, rewards, collaborations and much more below.

Behind the scenes

A few key words, a couple of ideas, two models and a pair of watches – that was the client photography brief Dennis Stenild started off with when he shot the latest campaign for Ole Mathiesen. 

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Royal Marine Blue “Tribute to Ole Mathiesen”

Royal Marine Blue “Tribute to Ole Mathiesen”

As a tribute to Ole Mathiesen, a major figure in the world of Scandinavian watchmaking, Royal Marine Blue is being launched in a limited edition of 100 copies.

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Cartier’s Metier

Cartier’s Metier

The history of Cartier displays a unique strength of character and a tradition with a pioneering spirit. Cartier has always played with the rules of elegance. Opening the doors to enchantment, the Cartier ateliers work magic on jewelry and watches.

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Nautilus, an icon

Nautilus, an icon

A flashback to 1976 shows not only how quickly and dramatically the world has changed since then, it also illustrates how deftly Nautilus has performed over the past four decades in terms of design, reliability and popularity.

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The birth of a Classic

The birth of a Classic

The 1962 Classic is a contemporary witness to the classic line of Ole Mathiesen watches, which has been in existence since 1962. 

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1919 Heritage

1919 Heritage

Ole Mathiesen pays tribute to the first generation founder of the family business, Axel O. Mathiesen, with the 1919 Heritage collection.

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1919 Navy Diver

1919 Navy Diver

With its new diving watch, the 1919 Navy Diver, the Ole Mathiesen design team has moved out of its comfort zone. The result is an elegant, understated sports watch.

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Precision without compromise

Precision without compromise

Over a period of just 25 years, the German watchmanufacturer, A. Lange & Söhne, have succeeded at positioning themselves as one of the most exclusive watchbrands in the world. CEO Wilhelm Schmid has no doubt as to why their watches are so highly coveted by collectors throughout the world.

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Designing a classic

Designing a classic

CEO and head of Research & development, Christian Mathiesen, explains why It has always been essential for Ole Mathiesen, that the watches should mirror the outside beauty on the inside - when the watchmakers open them.

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The legendary house of watches

The legendary house of watches

Ole Mathiesen can soon mark its 60th anniversary on Østergade 8 on the main pedestrian street in Copenhagen. The history of watches at this end of the shopping street dates all the way back to 1779.

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In memory of Ole Mathiesen

In memory of Ole Mathiesen

After a long and eventful life Ole Mathiesen passed away the 24th of October 2016 - we pay tribute for his remarkable elegance and discretion as one of the leading personalities in the history of Scandinavian Horology.

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The wonderful world of the Balloon

The wonderful world of the Balloon

In 2015 Ole Mathiesen launched their first high jewellery collection LeBallon in Fairmined 18 carat gold

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