The Moscato #chevalier was not designed for the timid watch enthusiast. It is made to draw attention, to draw the gaze of onlookers and inspire out-of-the-box 🤔 thinking. The future belongs to those who dare!
Seiko is well known for good timepieces. They are building automatic watches for more than 60 years now. This is one of three limited Seiko 5 models which celebrates this 60th anniversary. Nice retro design, cool black brushed titanium carbide plating, some elegant golden details and a good Japanese 4R36 24 jewels automatic movement. // SSA315K1 with "Turtle" case // 44,5mm // 280-350 $
Case back shot from our latest Hands-On with the Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600. @vacheronconstantin ♢
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Until this day one of the most beautiful chronograph movements I have seen. Datograph Up/Down from A. Lange & Söhne made out of 451 parts🔥
⌚Timepiece: @alangesoehne ♢
Something really special came in our store for you. The Loving Butterfly Automaton from @jaquetdroz - by pressing the integrated pusher at the center of the crown, the owner can contemplate a cherub seated on a chariot drawn by a butterfly that flutters its wings over a black Onyx dial with hand-engraved 18-karat red gold appliques. 🇨🇭️#oldestwatchstore
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➽ Yehhou!® 😁Short trip to the beach!📍Castricum Aan Zee 🌍>> Read the story behind 🔍check our collaboration partner @mm_uhren - they really got nice things to wear! Their watches are awesome to complete your lok for the day! #mm_uhren#fittravellove
This incredibly rare, 3-6-9 Rolex Precision Pre-Explorer ref. 6150 has just gone live. It has its original, gilt chapter-ring black dial with subtle patina on the Radium hour markers. It also has its original, gilt handset. The @Rolex Explorer was first introduced in 1953. Beginning as a prototype designed specifically for professional use. Typically thought of as the most rugged of the oyster family, the Rolex Explorer has always been closely-associated with the rigours of international adventure and exploration. Famously tested during the Himalayan expeditions, there aren’t many mechanical timepieces more deserving of the reputation. The Rolex reference 6150 arguably represents the Explorer in its purest form. This particular case dates to 1953 (serial 944 XXX); a very early example of a rare watch. Launched in the early 1950's, the reference 6150 is one of the rarest and earliest examples of the “Explorer” model; the earliest of which, do not carry the “Explorer” name (only reading “Precision”). The designation was later added to the dial of the reference 6150. Many refer to the reference as a “Pre-Explorer” since the first Rolex reference to carry the “Explorer” designation was the model 6350, which was only manufactured in 1953. The designation was a tribute to adventurers such as Sir Edmund Hillary and Norgay, who would go on to reach the summit of Mount Everest the same year, whilst pioneering the modern concepts of sports/celebrity marketing. The reference 6150 “prototype” is one of only a handful of references rigorously tested during the earliest period of its production, for suitability to withstand the harshest of conditions. The Rolex Precision 6150 was arguably the influential benchmark used throughout the design process of later examples of the ‘Explorer’, emphasising legibility, waterproofness, and enhanced reliability. Inside the watch, it houses Rolex’s early A296 movement. Noticeably different from today’s; the mechanism is almost entirely concealed, along with the engraving ‘ROLEX PERPETUAL’ and ‘PATENTED’ featured.