have become banal in one way or the other. not a bad thing either, as just a few steps down from there Mussolini had taken his residence ... Next to Augustus' mausoleum, I took a picture of this, which got me thinking of course about our hobbies here!
I"m sure if we do a statistical analysis of the angle and lighting conditions, we'd see that they're all nearly perfectly matching in each case. It was really great to meet him and get to discuss watches. Great times! S
This past Friday afternoon I had the pleasure of spending some time with our own Purists moderator Francois-Xavier (Fovesta) on the beautiful terrace of the Fendi Palace. We had a really great time talking watches, Rome, and life in general.... The star of the meeting, was of course for me this amaz
If you look up the 960, it's a previous incarnation. I doubt that they'd fall short of producing the next piece in their series. There's quite a few owners of the 960 out there, wouldn't be difficult to get in touch with one of them. Really great company, love their work! Thanks for bringing this up
made all the difference in the world! What really captivated me about this piece is how well thought out the relationship between the dial and movement is. There's a play with symmetry and asymmetry on the dial that's really captivating, and what I especially liked, once pointed out by Aaron, was th
so that not only MB but other firms can learn from these mistakes (at least we hope!), and so that if anybody else encounters the same problems, they have some idea of what they're up against. Very sorry to hear about this... I know you'll keep us updated, so I do hope we have a positive resolution