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Watch Fair: Exclusive Sneak Peek

October 25th, 2016

The Watch Fair is your opportunity to shop expanded collections from the top Swiss watch brands with special event pricing. The event also gives you the rare chance to see prototype timepieces and extremely rare, unreleased models. Enjoy this exclusive preview of a few of the specialty timepieces available this weekend only at The Watch […]

From Inventions to Icons

October 24th, 2016

For over 180 years, Jaeger LeCoultre has been creating visionary timepieces. What is fine watchmaking if not the art of transforming small pieces of metal into mechanical marvels? While fairly prosaic, this definition is nonetheless revealing of the fact that the value of timepieces lies mostly in the many skills involved in their creation. That […]

Horological Artistry

October 21st, 2016

Jaeger LeCoultre has been delighting connoisseurs of fine watchmaking since its founding in 1833. The inventive spirit of the founder, Antoine LeCoultre, lives on through the talent and inspiration of the artisans at Jaeger LeCoultre whom create collections that are as surprising as they are sophisticated. A testament to this creative passion is the Master […]

Horological Heirlooms

October 17th, 2016

A watch isn’t simply a method of telling time. The tradition of handing down your timepiece is a symbolic rite of passage between generations. He will remember the good times you had every time he looks at his wrist. Purchasing a watch is never a small decision. Whether it’s your first or fifteenth, selecting the […]

Patek: By The Numbers

October 10th, 2016

3-5 Years It takes three to five years of research to develop a new model. Exceptional pieces like the Caliber 89 require up to nine years. 9 of 10 Timepieces Of the top ten most expensive watches ever sold at auction, nine of the ten are Patek Philippes. This impressive list includes the Ref. 1527 […]

All Wound Up

October 3rd, 2016

Have you ever noticed how “garage kept” cars retain their value better and sell for higher dollar values? The same is true with watches—think of a watch winder as the garage for your fine timepiece. A winder is an essential tool for owning and maintaining an automatic watch. The winder protects it from everyday elements […]

Complicated Calendar

September 26th, 2016

Patek Philippe’s Ref. 5396 Annual Calendar This annual calendar Patek Philippe is simply a work of art. The Ref. 5396 reflects the signature dial architecture of Patek Philippe calendar watches from the 1940s and 1950s. It features a classic inline double-aperture displaying day and month, with an additional aperture in the six o’clock position to […]

The Underwater Overachiever

September 19th, 2016

Officine Panerai has grown significantly in popularity in the last decade and has established themselves as an elite manufacturer of luxury watches. Their first wristwatch was introduced in the 1930’s as a tool for elite naval divers but their horologic roots began several years earlier. It all began in 1860 when Giovanni Panerai opened a […]

TUDOR: Birth of a Brand

September 7th, 2016

The TUDOR Watch Company was started in 1946 by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf under the ideal of creating a watch that offered the same quality features and dependability of Rolex at a more accessible price-point. Wilsdorf named this new company “TUDOR” and featured a decorative rose as part of its logo to pay homage to the […]

Color Me Happy

August 29th, 2016

In recent seasons the fashion world has rediscovered color and the confident, feel-good femininity that it brings. This has made colored gemstone jewelry an essential component for every wardrobe. Wearing colored gemstones makes a statement. Whether it is baroque pearls, beads of tourmalines, tumbled stones, or cabochons these pieces offer a three dimensional quality. Beyond […]

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