History of Pilot’s Watches
‘The pilot’s watch is now among the most popular watch styles, not least for its fascinating history and dashing looks. Ever since the early days of aviation, watches have played an integral part in pushing the boundaries of technological innovation.’
Our Watch Pick of the Month: The IWC Portuguese
‘The Portuguese is immediately recognisable for its iconic design, inspired by pocket watches of the same era. The model has a rich history that spans over seven decades, beginning with the first Portuguese Reference 325 in 1939.’
Our Top Dress Watches
‘A good dress watch is arguably an essential item of a man’s wardrobe. It is an indispensable element of an elegant outfit that subtly, yet effectively, professes its owner’s class and sense of style. Offering timeless sophistication, beautiful dress watches are prized possessions, which are usually reserved for special occasions.’
History of Cartier
‘Cartier watches are among the most sought after luxury pieces on the market. Since its foundation in 1847, the firm has been the favourite jeweller and watchmaker of the international elite.‘
5 of the Most Complicated Pocket Watches Ever Made
‘Although it has been many decades since the pocket watch was in its prime, it still has its place in horological history. It might surprise you to learn that some of the most complex watches in the world were not wristwatches but instead pocket watches. Here, we’ll explore five of
Top Watch Blogs to Follow
‘As genuine watch lovers, we are always on the look-out for like-minded people who share our passion for fine horology.‘
5 of the Best Special Edition Dive Watches
‘Dive watches are one of the most popular styles of tool watches on the market. They boast incredible functionality for both professional and amateur divers alike. Here, we’ll take a look at five of the best special edition variations on some of those popular dive models.’
History of Watches and Space Exploration
‘The technical environment of space exploration not only pushes scientific knowledge, but also triggers the watchmaking world to develop increasingly functional timepieces, fit to withstand the challenging conditions of outer space.‘