It's a bit of slowdown, and Im taking this opportunity to go through my collection photo archive and make some order.
I would like to share with You some photos of My RD Sympathie. This is my favourite dress watch ever and I love RD execution of guilloche dial.
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Hello, It's a bit of slowdown, and Im taking this opportunity to go through my collection photo archive and make some order. I would like to share with You some photos of My RD Sympathie. This is my favourite dress watch ever and I love RD execution of gu...
A tru fan
RD must be proud of the dedicated owners of time peaces. Have fun with your RD.
Very, very nice.
I have never seen that version before. Enjoy in the best of health.
Is the movement exposed? If so, can you share a photo of it with us?
Here You are.
There is two case back see-through and solid. There is possible to swap them. ...
One of the best...
case shapes ever! The only ones I covet more are the watches with the crystal that matches the case.
Wow . I never seen this one before.
I absolute love that case design and like many of you know i am a sucker for Salmon dials. This is absolute my fav From the brand for now . Thanks for sharing
Thank You for Your post. And sharing Your GS It's new model to me, a bit under radar, but shines when all this small details are noted and exposed under right angle. I love this kind of watches. It’s pleasure to read how passionate You write about all thi...
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Those early Dubuis are stunning
He sure knows how to do salmon, and the guilloche is wonderful. Not many people employ that pattern. I didn't know their hands looked so turquoise. Thank you for the really nice photos. After seeing his early work in person, I can totally see why that's y...
Thank You. I agree. Early RD are underrated.
That’s also attract me, as I really like watches flying under the radar. I might be mistaken, but RD sympathie was one of first watches with Geneva seal, after PP introduced this standard to market.
I have the same philosophy
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