This is what's inside the Elgin pocket watch found boxed up in the barn. The movement is 21 jewels, circa 1911. Totally mint condition. Top American workmanship from another era (sadly missing today). And the dial side. Thanks for looking. M4
How’s that for a long name? The Cocktail Time line has been greatly expanded this year and the collaboration with real cocktail bars is a great idea. Having both the SRPC01 Starlight and the follow on Sakura Fubuki, one could say I really love them While the Starlight shines with its 50 shades of bl
Just because I wanted to share them with you, and to make you feel how desirable this watch is. Front side, with its sweet enamel dial... Backside with the movement and its great three quarter rotor. Yes, definitely for me, one of the best 5 Lange! Best, Nicolas
Very happy to finally land this super rare and hard to get AP Openworks 15407ST in Stainless Steel. The 41mm SS AP Royal Oak Openworks features several improvements over the older 15305 version. It has a gold bridge across the balance wheel and there are two balance wheel ( supposedly this improve a
I have been waiting for the release of the redesign for some time and it is finally on my wrist. It is a major success in my view and the case redesign will open it up to a much broader audience I think. The fit is now excellent aided by the additional curvature. Great job from AP yet again!
Like many of us the Dufour chronograph was a long standing target for me. Not the black dial of the aforementioned but still with plenty of warmth and personality. I too had to sell a couple of nice watches to make this dream metal! I welcome my fellow Purists thoughts on this new addition!