The History and Evolution of the Rolex Day-Date President

  Launched in 1956, the Rolex Day-Date President has remained as the brand’s signature status watch. Exclusively crafted in precious metals, few luxury watches come close to the prestige, excellence, and timelessness of the Rolex

July Birthstone Ruby Jewelry

It’s a new month! Which for us means a new birthstone to celebrate. Those born in July are lucky enough to have the glorious ruby as their birthstone. Cherished for its rich pink to

The Everose Two Tone Yacht-Master II, What Changed?

Rolex debuted the Yacht-Master II in 2007 as a tool watch for professional yachtmen. Compared to its predecessor, the Yacht-Master, the Yacht-Master II is vastly different both in terms of looks and functions. Sized at 44mm,

Watch Icons: Five Versions of the Patek Philippe Calatrava Watch

While Patek Philippe produces a slew of iconic watches such as the Nautilus, Perpetual Calendar, and Annual Calendar, it is the Patek Philippe Calatrava that best embodies the essence of the brand. Understated, elegant, mechanically marvelous,

The More Affordable Rolex Sky-Dweller in Stainless Steel

Right off the bat, when we say the affordable Rolex Sky-Dweller, there’s some much-needed context here. While most would consider a watch with a five-figure price tag the complete opposite of affordable, compared to its

Watch Icon: Four Versions of the Cartier Ballon Bleu

  Although the Ballon Bleu de Cartier is a relatively new watch collection from the Maison, it has become one of the brand’s most popular models already. And that’s why we’re comfortable calling it a

Watch Icons: Six Versions of the Rolex Daytona Chronograph

  Launched in 1963, the Daytona is Rolex’s signature chronograph. While the Daytona is currently one of the most popular luxury chronographs to own, it wasn’t always that way. In fact, during their era,

Watch Icons: Five Versions of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

  In the luxury watch world, few watches come close to the status, popularity, and recognition of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Born in 1972 from the mind of legendary watch designer Gerald Genta,

Distinct Designs: Discover Roger Dubuis Watches

In November last year, the high-end watch world lost legendary watchmaker and co-founder of the eponymous brand, Roger Dubuis. Roger Dubuis spent 14 years developing complications for, arguably the best fine timepiece brand in

Tough Fine Timepieces: Why are Ceramic Watches Popular?

If you’re reading this blog, chances are you a luxury watch fan. And if you are, you will have no doubt noticed the increased use of ceramic as a material on high-end timepieces. From