CHRONOMÈTRE ROYAL; Caramba! A Tale of Two Watches This story is the latest in a series on the rich history of Brasil’s purchase clubs for Vacheron & Constantin watches circa 1900. This edition addresses an interesting subset of the subscription watche
The first is a Gondolo 5124 with salmon dial -- I think it combines a good degree of elegance and liveliness, also thanks to a flashy red Patek strap my AD put on when I bought it (not to mention that the current market price for this model is probably do
I can confirm you that it’s actually quite tiring to fully wind the watch. I believe it takes 2 mins for the task. And the winding mechanism is pretty stiff so to me it’s not the most enjoyable work in life! But what can you complain for such a beauty?
To celebrate the arrival of the new millennium in the year 2000, Patek Philippe created a limited edition series of 3,000 watches under the ref. 5100. Of these 3,000 watches, only 1,500 were made in 18K yellow gold with white dial, 300 in platinum with bl
As the proud owner of a pink gold Cabaret, I was wondering if it would not be appropriate for Lange & Söhne to reintroduce it in its catalog. The simple Cabaret was present in various versions in the Saxon Manufacture's offer between 1997 and 2010. The To
My comments : - Dreams : yes, yes, YES !!! - Travels : that's my job so traveling is not fun by itself it depends what you do during travelling... - Cars : cars and track driving used to be an incredible adrenaline factor as all speed sports but... life h
My Chronometro Gondolo 5098 went to the shop a while back, and the service proposal was approved on November 20th. Just curious as to what service turnaround times have been like for anyone else. The repair is for overwinding (bad, bad me!) and since the