A look at some luxury categories outside the watch industry that have collectors clamoring, including spirits, wine, cars, art, cigars and more.

Don’t Know What to do with that Diamond Engagement Ring after Divorce? Worthy.com Does

GIA 5.45-carat Princess-cut solitaire ring sold for $33,822. (photo courtesy of Worthy.com)

Not to be a “Debbie Downer” so close on the heels of St. Valentine’s Day, but believe it or not, it is said hat in today’s world between 40 and 50 percent of married couples get divorced. Recent research from the University of Washington says that divorce rates also spike after the holidays. All of this…

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Interview: Underground Actor Aldis Hodge Shares Thoughts on Slavery, Time and Leaving a Legacy

Aldis Hodge, actor, watch collector, watch maker

What do you get when you cross an ambitious, artistic person with a passion for watches with a congenial actor and a die-hard perfectionist? Aldis Hodge. The 30-year-old actor who plays the leading role of Noah in the WGN America television series Underground (about the Underground Railroad in Georgia), and who has been seen in…

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Diamonds with a Social Conscience: Diamonds Do Good by the Diamond Empowerment Fund

Water to Villages is one of the projects being implemented

Not everything we write about here at ATimelyPerspective is watches. Sometimes we take a look at jewelry, travel, art, whiskey and spirits, and a few other categories that vie for your attention. With the holidays here, and some people thinking about jewelry gifts or maybe even about marking a special occasion, we want to bring…

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3 Top Destinations to Take Your Breath Away: Galapagos, Blue Lagoon, New Mexico

Tortoises in the Galapagos

This week, in our top travel destinations series, we bring you three wonderful experiences that are guaranteed to take your breath away and leave you wanting to go back. This is not your ordinary spa. The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is a geothermal complex located in a lava field on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The waters,…

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American Christmas Company Brings Magic to Life in New York City this Holiday Season

The landmark Cartier Fifth Avenue building last Christmas

I was young when I saw my first Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting — the streets were packed, the air was so brisk and the wind so blustery that it felt as though I was being slapped by the cold. Still, I stood there – anticipating – waiting for the moment the lights would come…

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