Watches Archive

Three Versions of the Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Diver Watch

While Ulysse Nardin may not be a household name, within the luxury watch world it is a brand that is highly recognized and respected. Makers of very fine Swiss watches, Ulysse Nardin was in

Dress It Up With the Rolex Cellini Dual Time

While the Cellini collection has been a part of Rolex’s catalog for decades, it was in 2014 that the brand introduced a new crop of modern Cellini dress watches flaunting a brand new design

Watch of the Month: Bovet Fleurier 46 Tourbillon Orbis Mundi Amadeo

  There are luxury watches and then there are examples of haute horology. The latter is an expression of extraordinary watchmaking skill, where complex watch complications, exceptional decoration, and the finest materials come together

Spotlight on the Panerai Daylight and the Sly Stallone Connection

While the Luminor and the Radiomir are famous names in Panerai parlance, there’s also the Daylight, which has significance in the brand’s modern history. Let’s find out the origins of the Panerai Daylight and take a look

What is the Calibre de Cartier Watch?

Although no one can deny that Cartier has had a long history of making gorgeous watches that people want to wear, the company was sometimes criticized for not producing their own in-house movements. Unless you’re a passionate

What is the Patek Philippe Gondolo?

While some Patek watches, such as the Nautilus and the Calatrava, need no introduction, there are some less famous models that could benefit from some further investigation. Take the Patek Philippe Gondolo collection for

Mixing Metals: The Best Two Tone Watches for Women

The best part about a two-tone watch is that there is no need to think twice about out it matches with the rest of your jewelry and accessories. Typically combining precious gold with sturdy stainless

Celebrating Italian Flair with the Panerai Ferrari Granturismo Rattrapante

When it comes to design, the Italians know how to get it right. From high fashion and fast cars to lavish jewels and striking watches, there’s something to be said for the Italian take on design.

The History and Evolution of the Automatic Rolex Daytona

While these days it seems that vintage manual-wound Rolex Daytona chronographs are the stars of the auction world and watch collecting circles, it was only when the Daytona became an automatic watch that it

A Guide to Different A. Lange & Söhne Models

While the Swiss are famous for leading the charge in fine watchmaking, there are other nations that boast a proud history of horology. Take for example the German watchmaker, A. Lange & Söhne. Based