But here’s the verdict on WotW. Third place for me goes to Mike’s GO Senator Chronometer. Second to Brauner’s De Bethune: And finally the WotW is Mike H’s grandfather’s pocket watch, which I found simply sublime 👌🏻 Thanks to everyone for a fantastic week!
Those who read some earlier posts in this forum will already know that today is the Mid-Autumn Festival. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, tonight, the moon is at the brightest and fullest of the entire year. For lack of something better to do this
From all the feedback on his thread, it's clear there's a lot of love for De Bethune on this forum! So let's keep the party rolling! I'd love to start a De Bethune appreciation thread and see what pieces folks have in their collections. I have to think be
You have too many beautiful avant-garde pieces in your collection to have purely conservative taste. Are your spectacular Greubel Forsey and De Bethune pieces consistent with conservative taste? So I don't actually believe your watch tastes are always as
... the red Porsche it’s a sort of joke we have here in Italy, at least in Milan, to mark the midlife crisis, when you try to mimic also how younger men dress, the bracelets, some funky sneakers, and at some point for someone a 20 yrs lady, not my case...
thanks again for taking the time to have all of these wonderful photos. I really love your reviews because of all of the photos you take with the detailed description. best of boths world! I am in support for these types of watches because I personally be
For me, De Bethune represents the perfect harmony of engineering, art, design and traditional watch-making. This can’t be achieved by accident, I see it as ingrained in the DNA and ethos of the brand. As a comparison, if you super-size the art dimension,