Today I had the great pleasure to meet a fellow member of this forum. Samer. I also had the pleasure of meeting his wife, Hala. It was a great pleasure to meet you both for the first time. The obligatory wristscan.... It is true to say that Samer's first
This weekend I had the pleasure to photograph a rare vintage GMT Master ref 1675 with pointed crown guards. The dial is a beautiful lacquered gloss black with gilt printings and inner chapter ring. The values of these pointed crown guard (PCG) have risen
that no one makes (yet). Here's one I would like to see. There's plenty of the ultra thin watches around and I would like to have one, but with other priorities in the way it'll have to wait. What I would like to see is an ultra thin Rolex Cellini in stai
Some thoughts - Never knew i will start lesson 2 now but since i got time at this moment Right Now and who knows, something bad might happen to me and take away all my time in the future.. If Lesson 1 is about making careful decision when buying YOUR WATC
I got one for something like $10 for a while ago and I will say it's a awesome product. Here is how mine looks with only one LED panel. I have it with me in Basel and shoot with this camera. I can't complain at the result in that kind of enviorment.
I suspect that PuristS who have been taking photos of their watches have noticed some are easier to capture than others. There are all sorts of impediments to taking a good picture, and we know that the real professionals such as Nilomis, Jocke, Amanico h
Step by step, the young French brand Reservoir manages to impose its singularity on the watchmaking landscape. Its visibility grows, its distribution network expands and above all, its collection becomes larger as evidenced by the presentation of the Long
PuristS Friends, It is with pleasure that we announce a new Moderator-at-Large... GLau based in China / Hong Kong. I may be biased but remember his early posts asking about Chopard urushi Japanese lacquer dials. Well, you know my weakness for urushi techn