Posts in Timepieces


Watch 101 - Breaking Down Our Customers Top 5 Complications

We are often asked what our favorite complications are on a timepiece. Talk about a loaded question. It did get us thinking on the subject of complications, and we decided to break down five of the complications for which we see the greatest demand from our customers.

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Just In - NOMOS Glashutte Tangente 38

There are few watches which could stand alone as a logo for their brand. The NOMOS Glashütte Tangente 38 is one of those timepieces.

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Nomos Glashutte is NOW in San Francisco

Shortly after the fall of the Berlin wall in 1990, serial entrepreneur and businessman Roland Schwertner founded a small watchmaking company in the hills of Saxony, Germany. Having previously worked in photography and IT, Shwertner became intent on a watch brand, acquiring the rights to several defunct German manufacturers. He named his company NOMOS, incorporating the name of a small pocket watch company active in the early twentieth century. 

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Not Your Father's Cult Classic - The New Piaget Polo S

Call it “retro,” “vintage,” or “throwback.” In 1979 Yves G. Piaget designed the Polo. A watch that would become the mark of luxury in the 80s. If you wanted to demonstrate you were a person who appreciates style and prestige, you had a Polo. It went from its vaulted perch as the watch to have in the 80s to something of a cult classic in recent years.

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