I own a WorldTime too, and that has A LOT OF LITTLE TEXT all over the dial! Arguably even more than the 6000 and 6006. So who knows, maybe I'd learn to like the 5212. I personally find Cucinelli products to be way overpriced and only "normal" quality. But
It's funny, I actually do not care for the 6000 or the 6006 - or, for that matter, the 6007. This is how I dress on a daily basis. I do not own any Brunello Cucinelli, which I do not particularly care for, but I do love my sweaters - particularly those fr
I will admit I bought one or two pieces simply because they were available in a world where watches were unavailable. And now, a couple years later, I find I never wear them, nor do I find them extremely endearing. That being said, this 5212 really suits
Knowing Beijing lurker was paying me a visit, I HAD to be double-wristed to welcome him and his super-duper 5990 steel. Hence, I strapped on 5212 steel to match his 1A and a relevant 6000R China 10th anniversary for extra weight. Shall we call it even ? L
Hi All, I attended a Piaget/Phillips event for the Piaget China 🇨🇳 LE of which 20 pieces were made and already sold in China. This remaining piece with number 00/20 will be auctioned off by Phillips in Hong Kong during the auction on November 28 to 29th.
So, I had the chance last summer to trial the ref 6007 Patek Philippe Calatrava. (Loaned by a fellow collector- thank you). Released to celebrate the inauguration of the new Patek Philippe facility, it was a rare sight- a steel Calatrava. It was met with
This fountain pen collector in Singapore had a Jaeger-LeCoultre, a brand that I was aspiring to own a Reverso piece, so he had my attention. And he introduced me to the Patek Philippe Calatrava 5000. Just from his photos, I immediately identified that the
members that celebrate this occasion. May the Tiger 🐅 bring all members good health, prosperity and desired allocations ! 😃 Awaiting for Chinese New Year, I put on my most appropriate Patek for this event. What are you wearing to welcome the Tiger ? 祝虎年快樂