Cogs, springs, hands, crystals - this seemingly random selection of hardware can be utilised to create remarkable and intricately beautiful watch movements. But how do they work and which one is best for your lifestyle?
You’re looking to buy your first watch, and have narrowed your search down to a few final contenders. You turn to the product descriptions for help with your final decision, but suddenly you’re confused. “What does this all mean?!”
One timepiece every style-conscious man should have in his collection is a great dress watch. With the rise of luxury sport and utility watches, it’s all too easy to overlook this men’s style staple but you definitely shouldn’t. This discreet and traditional style of watch remains the mark of a true gentleman.
While diamonds may be a girl's best friend, pearls have a timeless elegance that is unmatched. Their understated beauty makes them the ultimate bridal accessory. The gem of the sea can be your something old, something new, something borrowed, and even your something blue!
Photo credit: Alexi Lubomirski / Kensington Palace It was the legendary French designer, Coco Chanel, who said: “fashion fades, only style remains the same.” In today’s market, and as the world of fast fashion whirls around us, these words continue to carry the truth.
With ever-growing collections and a dedicated following, Rolex is a brand that we all invariably encounter. In fact, Rolex’s sponsorship of corporate and sporting events, such as their partnership with Wimbledon, make Rolex difficult (if not impossible) to ignore.
As more people shun the high street in favour of large shopping centres or the comfort of their sofa and a laptop, independent jewellers are paying the price. I’d like to use this article to make a case for bucking the trend and choosing independent retailers, especially for important purchases.
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