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How To Buy Vintage Watches

How To Buy Vintage Watches

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As noted in my other article about buying pre-owned watches, the market for truly “vintage” watches is something quite different from that for relatively young “pre-owned” watches. Any watch made before 1990 could be considered vintage, although some collectors put the maximum year of “vintage” at 1980 or even earlier. I’d like to use 1990 as the baseline for this article, which offers my tips on buying vintage watches, but in the end you’ll have to decide for yourself whether a given watch is old enough for you to qualify it as “vintage.” There are two very important questions to consider when it comes to...

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WATCHES The most interesting luxury watch releases of 2018

WATCHES The most interesting luxury watch releases of 2018

Some of the most interesting luxury watch releases of 2018 have been the women’s variants. The CEO Magazine takes a look at several of the outstanding releases. The most interesting luxury watch releases of 2018 Some of the most interesting luxury watch releases of 2018 have been the women’s variants. The CEO Magazine takes a look at several of the outstanding releases. Favouring an austere, classical aesthetic over the maximalist approach that sometimes besets men’s watches, these new models combine opulent materials, sophisticated design and unparalleled timekeeping precision. For the modern executive woman who wants a watch that is equally stylish and useful in...

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How Rolex Everose Is Made

How Rolex Everose Is Made

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Rolex put it’s research and development teams and foundrymen to work. It didn’t take the great minds at Rolex very long to create and patent their own pink gold alloy: Everose Gold. Everose gold contains at least 76% gold and a little more than 2% platinum.

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Characteristics Of A Good Watch

Characteristics Of A Good Watch

A watch is something personal. Everyone has their own taste in design and style. Therefore, we do not want to say what a good or bad watch is, but what the signs of a quality watch are in general. And how these signs are easily identifiable. A little side note is that we are mainly looking at an affordable watch. 1. MATERIAL OF A WATCH A quality watch is at least made of Stainless Steel. A titanium or ceramic watch is harder / better, but those watches also have a more expensive price tag. Stainless steel compared to ‘normal’ steel can not...

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British Royal Family Watches

British Royal Family Watches

The British monarchy is revered the world over. It’s the original celebrity reality show, mixing a powerful concoction of fairy-tale, drama and fantasy. It’s the subject of countless films, documentaries and Netflix series, and has featured in more newspaper columns than any other British family.  At least a part of such reverie owes to the family’s fantastic wealth, which is widely estimated at over £25 billion. As well as owning significant stretches of land and seabed, the Crown Estate includes an enormous art collection and a hoard of jewellery and antiques. Amongst countless valuable and historically important items are a...

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