Off the Cuff – Girard-Perregaux’s 1966 Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges

Mechanical watches for women – with multi-functions and complications — are being created by top watch brands more than ever before.  Typically these mechanical calibers are hand assembled and comprise hundreds of tiny parts.  It can take weeks – even months – for the most complicated of movements to be built before being fit into…

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Off the Cuff: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Lady Quartz

Usually we review complicated watches, and a lot of men’s watches. Today, though, we take a look at the stunning Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ladies’ quartz watch because – guess what – Mother’s Day is less than two months away and now is the time for women to consider what you want to ask for,…

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SIHH 2013: Women’s Watches Prevail, Introducing Vacheron Constantin’s Metiers d’Art Florilege

As we mentioned on Monday when we brought you a trend report from SIHH, this is definitely the year for women. In fact, Vacheron Constantin – for the first time ever –unveiled only women’s watches. From stunning new Patrimony pieces to diamond-adorned Malte watches and the pinnacle – Metiers d’ Arts pieces – Vacheron Constantin…

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