Glashutte Original Lovers May want some Good Reading – Meet Impressions

Not long ago, I participated in the writing of a book paying tribute to the history of Glashutte Original and to the people who made it successful. Here, I bring you you a look at that writing process that ultimately contributed to the brand’s first Manufacture book. As a veteran journalist in the watch industry for more…

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President’s Day: Scandal in the White House: 3 Watches Certain Presidents Couldn’t Wear

It’s President’s Day and — as we all know, when there are presidents involved, there is likely to be a little scandal.  When we look back on our nation’s history, we’ve had a few very interesting nuggets of questions be actions. Here we bring you a look at three watches that certain Presidents may not…

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8 Amazing “Year of the Monkey” Watches Celebrate the Chinese New Year (Slide show)

If you look back though the past month, we have brought you a close up look at several of the amazing new watches unveiled to celebrate today’s Chinese New Year. This year, the year of the Monkey, honors the clever monkey, whose job it was to guard the Imperial garden of peaches — said to…

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Super Bowl 50 Watch: 4 Great Super Bowl 50 Watches that Show Your Colors

With Super Bowl 50 here – it’s time to think about some rugged sport watches. Let’s face it; if you look up NFL watches, most of them are about $250 quartz watches that just don’t seem to pack a punch. Conversely, if you Google Super Watches on the internet and check out the images, you…

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SIHH 2016: Meet the New Vacheron Constantin Fabuleaux Ornaments Collection

Métiers d’Arts have just escalated in elegance and sophistication thanks to Vacheron Constantin and the all-new  Fabuleaux Ornements collection of timepieces unveiled at this year’s SIHH. The series celebrates the decorative arts of different cultures ranging from Chinese embroidery, to Ottoman architecture, Indian manuscripts and French Lacework. The collection, first launched two years ago, features…

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Cartier, Baur Foundation Bring “Asia Imagined” to Life at this Geneva Exhibition

An incredible exhibit of nearly 250 objects of art with Asian inspiration – more than half of them created by Cartier — draws visitors from around the world to the grand city of Geneva. Opened on November 12th, 2015, and running until February 14th, 2016, the exhibit, “Asia Imagined” is presented by the Baur Foundation…

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