It captivated the world with its sleek simplicity – a single gold dot floating on a black numberless face at 12 o’clock position. The single dot symbolises infinity and perpetual movement, a notion of the ancient sundial and the need to see time go round in orbit. Created by Nathan George Howitt in 1947, the… Read More »
Although Piaget’s bread and butter line is the Dancer watches, the Tanagra collection remains the most collectible. The hallmark of the company is integrating watchmaking with jewellery design. Always in 18-carat gold, enigmatic white or warm yellow. It’s a dazzling range, on leather, with diamonds on bezel, case and bracelet. The diamond-studded models also come… Read More »
A rare and prestigious sports watch in three sizes that were issued in remembrance of Formula One World Champion, Ayrton Senna. Only 1000 of each size were made, crafted from stainless steel with the TAG-Heuer logo on the bezel and dial with addition of the Senna “S” on the lower case.
A masterpiece, with 18-carat gold mechanical movement. A successful assembly of the mobile parts and wheels of a miniature movement in linear composition with transparent stone case. Available with leather or gold strap or as a pendant.
Minutes are shown from the dial centre, with its mechanical movement housed in stainless steel PVD gold-plated case. It is water-resistant to 30 metres with luminous indices protected by spherical-cut mineral crystal.
Automatic movement with power reserve of 43 hours, guilloche dial and displays of day, date, month, year, seasons and moonphases. Water-resistant up to 50 metres.