Owning a luxury watch is about much more than just expense or status. It’s about valuing outstanding quality, craftsmanship, design and artistry — something that can only be achieved with time.
PATEK PHILIPPE NAUTILUS
Embodying a luxury sports watch in the most elegant way, the Nautilus displays a black brown dial surrounded by rose gold, a sapphire-crystal case back, an octagonal-shaped bezel, and a horizontally embossed dial.
ROYAL OAK PERPETUAL CALENDAR
Combining modern esthetics with prestigious traditional horological mechanics, this Piguet watch features a blue dial with a “Grande Tapisserie” pattern, pink gold hour markers and a blue inner bezel, all cased in 18-karat pink gold.
RICHARD MILLE RM 72-01
Equipped with the brand’s first in-house chronograph featuring a patented design, the RM 72-01 is simply a masterpiece. Everything about the watch was designed to emphasize uncompromising quality and optimize function. For example, instead of a casing ring, the movement is mounted on chassis-mounting rubbers fixed by titanium screws.
F.P. JOURNE CENTIGRAPHE
This unprecedented timepiece features a patented ergonomic chronograph and patented chronograph mechanism for its ingenious configuration. In purchasing a Centigraphe, F.P. JOURNE has committed to donating 30 per cent to the Institut du Cerveau – ICM (Brain & Spine Institute) in Paris.
ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA
Fifty years ago, this chronograph was created to be the ultimate timing tool for endurance racing divers. Still in a class by itself, this particular 18-karat gold version of the original model features a black and champagne-coloured dial and a black bezel on an Oyster-flex bracelet.
LUMINOR 1950 EQUATION OF TIME
This Panerai watch beautifully displays a sophisticated and complex mechanism called the “Equation of Time,” which is the difference between the mean time and the true time indicated by the solar meridian.