Chopard LUC is definitely under appreciated in this and other forums. There’s so much more about LUC watches in terms of innovation, design and finishing quality.. I guess one needs to hold one in the hand to really appreciate it.
in the drawer with the gold plating peeling on the case. Surprisingly, it starts straight away and I just set it to see if it runs properly…. an old Favre Leuba from late 1980s?…. ETA movement… a spontaneous buy back then… seems not so long ago…
and I have no idea whether it is a man or a woman... but I marvel at how it conveys the dancing motion and the overall balance of the figuring... the splay of the costume at its base nicely providing stability despite the tilting of the dancing action... and this is from artisan craftsman some 2100
writeup. I golf and usually I will do away with any wrist adornment...so that I have nothing to blame for a bad shot Was gifted a Tag TW watch (limiated ed) many years ago and I still have it. Wore it a few times on the course, like the no buckle strap design and light on the wrist but still I rathe