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Yes, a lot of my vintage pieces are small by today's standards.

 
 By: Thomas_3 : August 3rd, 2021-14:27
I wear this one for semi dressy functions.






nice watch You have got there!

 
 By: TUL : August 3rd, 2021-18:06
The mass population might have judged a watch of this size "small" by thier standard. but from now on, the trend are leading towards 35-38mm dial size..

Yes, hopefully the wall clock sized watches are on their

 
 By: Thomas_3 : August 3rd, 2021-18:36
way out. While they may be OK for some,
definitely not for me.

Patek Philippe 3970

 
 By: baufoam : August 4th, 2021-00:39
Happy to say, this has been my “Dailey Wearer “ lately. 36mm is a big enough watch for me.



I love the “Classic” sizes!


This one is hard to beat.

 
 By: amanico : August 6th, 2021-05:35

No quite 35mm and under but plenty at 36mm.

 
 By: Jay (Eire) : August 4th, 2021-00:58
The size would not put me off, I just haven’t gotten there on anything yet.

36 is already a good size!

 
 By: TUL : August 4th, 2021-13:46
it is the perfect jack of all trade.

Not 33 - but 34/35 mm are a sweet spot. Cool alarm :)

 
 By: jml_watches : August 5th, 2021-23:10
Small doesn't mean lacking in character or presence.
Cheers
JML

true that

 
 By: TUL : August 6th, 2021-17:00
35-37 is also best for the feeling

A lovely watch indeed, and great size to boot

 
 By: kkfong : August 8th, 2021-16:49
I am slowly digging the vintage side of watch world

Small is beautiful - VC Cornes de Vache, ca 1950, 33 mm pink gold case

 
 By: Spartacus : September 1st, 2021-07:43






16.5-17.0 cm wrist




Photo credit: Sotheby’s


Your shown watch is a marvel!!

 
 By: MTR : September 19th, 2021-08:20
And looks big enough on your wrist.

My smallest watch was a Rolex DD 36mm.

I stupidly sold it.



Best Thomas
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