Generous gifts of time enchant for years to come.

A true feat of design and engineering, the Louis Moinet Memoris Spirit Collection combines over 300 components previously found in larger watches into a limited-edition 40mm style. Meant to be worn by men and women, one version comes with a case made of grade 5 titanium that weighs only 18 grams and the other is made of 18-karat rose gold. Prices upon request; louismoinet.com

Originally launched in the 1930s, Patek Philippe World Time watches have developed a cult following among timepiece enthusiasts and world travelers. The 5230P men’s version at 38.5mm ($70,970) in platinum and the 7130G women’s version at 36mm ($57,960) in white gold with diamonds both feature hand-guilloched dials, gold-applied hour markers, and ultra-thin self-winding movements that keep track of time in all 24 time zones. patek.com

Pairing its technical watchmaking skills and leather goods expertise, the French luxury design house presents the square-face Hermès Cape Cod collection. The 41mm ($3,600) version for him has a substantial natural Barenia leather strap and steel case, while the Cape Cod 37mm ($8,900) for her shines with a gem-set, white mother-of-pearl dial. hermes.com

A “meteor shower of color” is how the Swiss watchmaker describes these stunning, limited-edition pieces. The men’s Ulysse Nardin Blast Tourbillon X 45mm ($89,700) and the Lady Diver Rainbow 39mm ($13,600) each showcase gemstones arranged in a rainbow effect to soften the black face, case, and strap. ulysse-nardin.com

Neo-Pop artist Richard Orlinski has been a member of the Love Art family for years, having sculpted his first watch for the brand in 2017. Now, the Hublot Classic Fusion Orlinski Bracelet titanium white ($15,700) and the Classic Fusion Orlinski Bracelet titanium white alternative pave ($45,200) are the first in the series with a metallic bracelet designed using the facets of famous Orlinski sculptures. Each watch is 40mm and designed to suit all wrists and genders. hublot.com

Drawing inspiration from the original Superocean Slow Motion timepieces of the 1960s and 1970s, the Breitling Superocean Automatic 44mm (from $4,700) for him and the Superocean Automatic 36mm (from $4,600) for her modernize the sporty sea watch designs with new features and bright colors. breitling.com

These two burgundy timepieces will surely strike the holiday mood. The Omega Speedmaster ’57 Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 40.5mm (from $8,300) for him comes in a slimmer profile from previous models, while the Constellation Co-Axial Master Chronometer Small Seconds 34mm ($37,500) for her in 18-karat gold is all about the diamond bezel, hour markers, and subdials. omegawatches.com

Inspired by a 1940s travel clock, an American jeweler has turned traditional watch design on its side. The Tiffany & Co. East West 2- Hand 42x25mm ($3,100) for him and the East West Mini 2-Hand with diamonds 37x22mm ($6,000) for her both feature a stainless-steel case, crisp white dial, and a black alligator strap. tiffany.com

Timepieces included in the Ocean Collection balance sport and elegance. The openwork dial on the Harry Winston Ocean Automatic Zalium Variation Yellow at 42.2mm for him was inspired by the Manhattan Bridge, while the Ocean Biretrograde Yellow Automatic at 36mm for her stands out for setting diamonds and sapphire against a mother-of-pearl background. Prices upon request; harrywinston.com

Drawing inspiration from the watchmaker’s heritage of creating watches for the Royal Italian Navy, the Panerai Luminor Marina 44mm ($29,800) in yellow gold and the more petite Luminor Due 38mm ($16,500) in Goldtech both feature a crown-protection bridge, alligator strap, and luminous numerals and hour markers. panerai.com