8/1/2018 / In Timepieces
Introduced in 1968 with proportions inspired by the “golden ratio”, the Patek Philippe Golden Ellipse is the second oldest watch in the Patek Philippe collection after the Calatrava (introduced in 1932). Originally offered with a shimmering blue dial framed in yellow gold, the elliptical case of the Golden Ellipse established itself as a symbol of elegance and style.
7/25/2018 / In Timepieces
Describing something as a “delicacy” is usually reserved for the finest of culinary creations. French pastries would fall in this category, and it is from these delicacies that Nomos Glashütte has drawn the inspiration for the Tetra Petit Four watch collection.
7/18/2018 / In Jewelry
Kings, shamans, and warriors alike have found turquoise to be both captivating and powerful. Turquoise is a gemstone that first appeared in 6000 BCE in amulets used to protect the likes of King Tut and Cleopatra. 8,000 years later, turquoise continues to be a sought stone for today’s fashions.
7/11/2018 / In Shreve & Co.
In a time when carriages were the finest mode of transportation, women were adorned in feathers and finery and men sported top hats and waistcoats, Shreve & Co. was quickly rising as the luxury destination in San Francisco.
5th Generation of Shreve & Co., GIA Graduate Gemologist, Luxury Watch Enthusiast
Currently Wearing: Panerai Luminor