Posts in Timepieces


This Summer’s Dress Watch: The Raymond Weil Maestro 2239 Series Moon Phase

Civilizations once looked to the heavens for both spiritual and practical reasons. The stories of the great Greek and Roman gods are still painted across our skies. While we continue to point to Orion’s belt and the archery of Sagittarius, the moon and stars no longer help us keep time.

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What to Give Your Groom on Your Wedding Day

The traditional gift a bride gives a groom is a wristwatch. But this is not a watch of mere functionality. It’s a gift that quite literally begins counting the time you two will share together, and is designed to last through generations.

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How to Buy a Pre-Owned Watch

When retro becomes modern, and yesterday’s classic is tomorrow’s new fashion, it’s common to search for a pre-owned watch. Watches can hold a special place for families as an heirloom, and many prefer one that hasn’t had a previous owner.

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A Real Smart Watch Is One That Preserves Heritage

For some of our clients, timepieces are purely utilitarian. You look at them through the day, check the time (even if adjust it a few days after daylight savings), and then you tuck them back under your sleeve. But, timepieces are steeped in tradition - the established history of preserving a watch to be passed down from father to son, mother to daughter. An heirloom connects each subsequent generation to the previous creating a certain sense of success that only a fine watch can project.

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