The Type XX Salmon dial is very challenging to take in picture. It i not that easy to capture the true color of the salmon dial, and there are reflections everywhere on the case and bezel. Therefore, the hyper domed sapphire glass gives a huge distortion.
It's 36mm, dates back to Daniel Roth's designs, and has a rare hand guillochéd mother of pearl dial. I couldn't resist it! It's a different look than my usual 40 and 42mm watches, for sure. My first vintage-sized watch, smaller on the wrist than close up
"Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains". These words are the opener to book The Social Contract, and probably the most famous words uttered by humanist philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau, circa 1760. I thought it appropriate for sporting the Br
To pick one of these 4 for me Some background info and enquiry: (1) The hardest thing to me is WG vs YG for these two retro-style timepieces. (2) I have own 5-6 decent timepieces including IWC, GS, Habring2, as well as Breguet 3817ST. All are steel. (3) I