If you’ve been following Vacheron Constantin for some time
(whether that involves admiring their watches from a distance or indulging in a
timepiece or two whenever the bank balance looks healthy) you may remember 2003
being quite an iconic year for the Swiss brand. They released their last
ladies-only collection of watches.
If you’ve not yet considered adding a piece of floral jewellery to your collection, you might want to think again. Jewellery that depicts flowers, petals and leaves is a great way to be a little more in touch with the natural elements around us, plus it looks incredibly stylish when worn with something sophisticated for attending a formal event,
familiar with TAG Heuer’s Carrera Chronograph, which fans of the brand know by
heart, but do we know that much about the Autavia? During the years 1933 to
1957 TAG created a dashboard clock for rally cars. It featured a 12-hour
chronograph, a large central second hand and two sub-dials for elapsed hours
We’re sure you let
your mum know just how loved she is all the year through, but when Mother’s Day
comes around, it’s the perfect chance to treat her to something special that
she can wear. Something that expresses how much you love her. A piece of
jewellery that makes her smile every time she looks at it….
Aquamarine is the birthstone for March. Once believed to calm rough waters
and protect sailors from harm, the popular gemstone has continued to be used as
a stunning, fresh and clean colour for combining with precious metals in luxury
jewellery designs. The gemstone is mainly used in white gold,
Around 10 years
ago, IWC Schaffhausen released the TOP GUN version of the Pilot’s Watch
Chronograph. The double chronograph model was even worn by Robin Williams. But
back last year, IWC revived and transformed the TOP GUN with a new Pilot’s
Watch Chronograph which, like other timepieces from this special collection,
The Omega Seamaster collection is home to several unmistakable models, adequately equipped for deep-sea exploration. The Seamaster Diver 300M is one of them, and now features golden embellished chronograph counters and polished black ceramic push-pieces that proudly call to luxury enthusiasts all over the world.
If you like 1950’s diver’s watches you’ll no doubt have
already set your sights on the Tudor Black Bay S & G chronograph M79363N-0001
model, which combines a sporty aesthetic with plenty of masculinity. Two tone
fans will rejoice at the thought of a Tudor watch that provides chronograph
functions inside a bold,
The new Specialist watch collection called the SeaQ range from Glashutte Original embodies the high end, elegant feel that the German company have become so synonymous with, albeit with a design that capitalizes on the company’s rich past in creating precise timekeepers and instruments for diving professionals.
Often described as a gemstone that embodies the wonders of the skies, the opal gemstone releases gentle sparks of fire and iridescent shades of the rainbow through its unique structure. But the blue opal in particular is as special as it is eye-catching. The rich hue that emanates from the centre of a blue opal stone certainly captures the deepest blue shades of a wintery skyline or a star-draped blanket of midnight-blue sky on a dusky summer’s evening.