This site is something of a gallery: a pictorial tribute to the high quality creations that have advanced the art, science and history of horology; as well as the personalities who created them, and the designers and image makers who portray them so desirably.
For the most part, I prefer to let these pieces speak for themselves.
It's funny, but despite not forgiving Rolex for discontinuing the Sea-Dweller 4000 after only three years of production, and despite not normally liking two-tone watches - this one seems to work for me.
The Royal Oak, thanks to its faceted bracelet and case, is a somewhat sparkly watch even in its steel version. But Audemars Piguet have shown how to really bling up a watch without simply adding diamonds. You know you've done something right when you release a women's watch that men want too.
Royal Oak Frosted Gold 33mm
Royal Oak Frosted Gold 33mm Quartz
Royal Oak Frosted Gold Limited Edition 41mm
Royal Oak Frosted Gold Carolina Bucci Limited Edition