IWC Schaffhausen watches have been around for over 150 years and are loved for their beautifully manufactured in-house calibres, their state-of-the-art materials and their loyalty towards creating timepieces with a classic and traditional beauty.
Longines watches have been transcending time since the company began producing timepieces in 1832. Formally known as Agazzis & Co, the watchmaking company comprised a small foundation in St Imier, founded by Auguste Agazzis,
Whether it’s Breitling’s pilot watches that have caught your attention, or their beautifully manufactured chronographs, there is one deep rooted value that makes every Breitling watch so highly collections – quality. Quality of the very highest standard.
Cartier watches have been in manufacture for over 150 years. The French watchmaking company transformed the codes of watch-wearing and reimagined modern day timekeeping with a number of ground-breaking designs namely the Santos De Cartier watch –
When Abraham – Louis Breguet invented the oscillating weight, it gave way to a breakthrough in watchmaking excellence. The oscillating weight sprung back to its original position after each movement, thus developing the formula that would go on to create a reliable automatic watch.
Founders of the iconic Fifty Fathoms watch, Blancpain, can look back on a prestigious history steeped in success and luxury, thanks to innovations like the : perpetual calendar, tourbillon, carrousel, chronograph and minute-repeater. If you’ve been browsing the Blancpain watch collection for a while but you’re torn between which watch to go for,
Movember – the annual event founded in 2003 that spearheads worldwide fundraising campaigns each year that focus on reducing death rates in men and raising awareness of men’s health issues, is backed by globally successful Swiss watchmaker Oris this year.
Famous for luxury watch collections like the Clifton Club and the Classima – Baume & Mercier have come to be one of the oldest and most prestigious watch manufacturers in Switzerland. In 1830, brothers Louis-Victor and Célestin Baume opened up a watchmaking facility,
Ever wondered how monotonous the wristwatch industry would be if every timepiece was made in the same way? If every model looked the same? If each watch displayed the hands and the hours in the same design?
With graceful curves that taper to a point, the pear cut diamond is becoming an increasingly popular diamond shape to incorporate into elegant pieces of jewellery. Its slender graceful profile can be matched with 18ct white gold,