Large steel Patek Philippe 565-style cases from the 1940’s are stunning. Even more so when produced by L.U.C. - Louis-Ulysse Chopard - with a black gilt dial and plump radium numbers. So far, the only one I’ve ever seen. In a 37mm Swedish steel case.
I don’t know about the rest of you but I can go a long time just enjoying the little random assortment of watches I have collected over the years; then suddenly I’ll get the bug and start looking around again. I’d seen the announcement of the Alpine Eagle
Why? Because on the morning of Christmas Eve Santa (in disguise of a DHL delivery guy) stopped by and left a very nice Christmas ornament for our tree. I had been eyeballing the L.U.C. 8HF CHronometer since I came across MichaelC's here on PuristS. Later
The new Chopard Alpine Eagle. Commentards on the web say it’s a mishmash of design ideas, it’s unoriginal, it’s a poor man’s Royal Oak / Nautilus... I was curious, went to the boutique and tried it on. So... first of all, it’s actually available. Ok, not
Hey guys, I am facing ta great opportunity of purchasing a pre-owned Chopard 1937 in Rose Gold for a great price, but unfortunately I don't have the opportunity to see the watch in person, as I live in Brazil, at a city that has nothing close to a Chopard
We often hear brickbats about brand services,but i was pleasantly surprised by the promptness and courtesy extended to me when i sent in my minor Chopard for some adjustments at the boutique in were efficient,performed the required adjustments and servic