We have had a few discussions since you have picked up the piece. I am glad you have finally decided to show it off! Sublime watch, the rose gold is beautiful. Do let me know when you decide to wear it out Rahul
Les Amis - pinnacle of Singapore dining Odette - have heard amazing things. French if im not wrong Buona Terra - Italian fine dining No Menu - Homely italian cooking run by a lovely Italian family. Ask to sit upstairs Shinji by Kanesaka - Omakase Sushi, book at the Carlton hotel Atlas - Incredible b
I really wanted to snag a piece in tantalum but in the end didn't pull the trigger. With a retail of EUR 165k before taxes and shipping for a chronograph (albeit a sublime and novel movement), I found myself taking a long time to digest that the price is closer to a 5270P (perpetual calendar chrono)
And the only thing stopping me from saving up to get the 5270 1/R is that I already have the reference. I have seen the 5270P-014 and it personally leaves me a bit cold, the dial execution is quite lovely but i suppose i have green fatigue!
The watch looks like it is made for your wrist I know you prefer smaller watches, but somehow with the shorter lugs the Frodsham team has made it very wearable and elegant. It is a very long wait even for the most patient of us, but it will certainly be well worth it! Catch you next month. Rahul
I was reading about the OAK Collection. The 'unique' or 'one of a kind' collecting philosophy of Mr Getreide is quite remarkable and fortunately done at the right period of time. Unfortunately I think brands are now less inclined to make unique/one of a kind pieces now that popularity is sky high so
Truly stunning Sham. I particularly like the gold and dark aventurine combination. Size is perfect at 38.5. Hands are lovely, buckle truly unique. And I can see why you chose the Chinese characters instead of Breguet. I too prefer the guilloche over the mirror polish finish in this case! Can't wait