Swiss company Vacheron Constantin have spent nearly a decade designing and engineering a fabulous timepiece for a secret buyer, quickly becoming the world’s most complicated pocket watch.
We might be pulling the plug on summer a fraction to soon, but we don’t think anyone would really notice, do you? So as autumn creeps in and the sun begins its daily routine of setting earlier, the age old question begins to do the rounds, “when do the clocks go back?”
New Jersey based artist Susan Beatrice has created miniature sculptures and jewellery out of recycled vintage watch parts.
Her incredible artwork aims to inspire and attract followers of the 19th century industrial era, and carefully combines her imagination with her love for nature to create beautifully, intricate pieces.
The highly-heralded LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair will once again take place in the fitting, and rather spectacular setting of Berkley Square, where a wide range of some of the finest antiques and pieces of art will be on show for all to revel in.
Watches differ from piece to piece but what doesn’t change is their importance. Whether to the person purchasing a watch or the person selling a watch, all watches are significant in some way and below are three of the world’s most important watches:
It has been announced that one of the single most sought after Rolex wrist watches in the world is to be put up auction in an online sale, on 12th September.
The British Antique Dealers’ Association (BADA) has recently revealed that they have created a new position in the organisation, in the form of Chief Executive Officer, as part of their efforts to raise and improve their profile in the UK, and overseas, respectively.