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  • June 2, 2014

    Christie’s Auctions Largest Fancy-Vivid Blue Diamond

    Three weeks ago, Christie’s auctioned off a flawless fancy-vivid blue diamond  for $23.8 million. Known to be the largest of its kind, this fancy-vivid blue diamond is 13.22 carats. Flawless graded diamonds are the highest graded and are free of inclusions or blemishes, which is rare to find. Adding to this amazing diamond is its […]

  • May 30, 2014

    Chanel Perfects Moon Gazing

    French-born Coco Chanel made history in the world of haute couture. Fashion was her life and as the company she started in Paris branched out into accessories – particularly handbags – the unforgettable attention to detail and sophistication that was Chanel’s hallmark carried over –just as it does today with the brand’s timepieces.
    One stunning new […]

  • May 29, 2014

    Brooklyn Nets Basketball Player Alan Anderson Shares Thoughts on G-Shock

    Alan Anderson has had in interesting basketball career. Before joining the Brooklyn Nets team, Anderson  spent  nine years playing for professional clubs around the world, including in Italy, Russia, Croatia, Spain and Israel, as well as with several teams in the NBA d-league and the NBA  (including Toronto). With so much travel under his belt, […]

  • May 28, 2014

    Don’t Miss This Blue-Dialed Baume & Mercier Capeland Chrono

    Blue dialed watches have a certain allure to them that makes them captivating. For instance, this bold and distinctive Baume & Mercier Capeland Chronograph with rich blue dial and red accents is a real eye-catcher. Inspired by a model the brand originally introduced in 1948, the watch offers a modern take on the heritage appeal.
    The 44mm steel watch houses […]

  • May 27, 2014

    Breitling Introduces New Bronze-Colored Dial

    You’d never give up your black Navitimer—it’s a classic, after all—but for the passionate aviation enthusiast or collector, this limited edition Navitimer 01 Panamerican model may prove too much to resist. A steel case sets off a handsome bronze-colored dial that highlights the familiar features you love: three hollowed counters and a circular slide rule […]

  • May 26, 2014

    Shinola Brings American Watchmaking Back into Vogue

    While it’s been approximately half a century since any full-production watchmaking has been done in America, a group of watch industry veterans and friends thought they could change that and bring American-made products back to the forefront. A couple of years ago, they formed their new company, Shinola, in Detroit, and set their sights on […]

  • May 23, 2014

    Swiss Army Dives Right In

    One of the fastest growing sports in the world is diving as more people look for adventure and the sea becomes s a new frontier. Thankfully, watch brands recognize this and comply –offering watches that go the depth.
    Victorinox Swiss Army is one such brand. This year it launches a limited, numbered edition of its famous […]

  • May 22, 2014

    Hermes Redefines Elegance

    Today’s top designer brands are refining their signature looks with sleeker silhouettes and alluring colors via slight refinements that add updated appeal. Such is the case with the newest watches from Hermes – which are offered in sleeker silhouettes and in a host of alluring fashion-forward colors.
    The Cape Cod line – a pillar of the […]

  • May 21, 2014

    Two of Our Watch Brands Made History at BaselWorld

    Just over a month ago, the world’s largest and most important watch exhibition took place: BaselWorld 2014. A host of exciting new products were unveiled there, and we will bring you a look at some of those in the coming days. First, however, we are pleased to say that two of the brands we carry […]

  • May 20, 2014

    Patek Philippe Continues to Reinvent Its Icons

    This year marks the 175th anniversary of the legendary brand of Patek Philippe. With that comes a host of exciting new product unveilings, including some new takes on iconic pieces such as the Nautilus. It was in 1976 that Patek Philippe was searching for inspiration for its water-resistant watches. Turning to the porthole shape of a […]