In our opinion, all brands should have a square or rectangular dress watch in their collection. Not all brands have the gravitas to capture the spirit of art deco in their creations, but Frederique Constant does it brilliantly with the new Classic Carrée Automatic.
In an era of fast fashion, it can be nearly impossible to find the perfect piece of jewelry to match your favorite wardrobe staples. Fortunately, vintage jewelry offers a unique solution. From feminine, baroque details of the Victorian era to eye catching, glamorous statements of the Retro era, estate jewelry encompasses a wide variety of designs and price points. Not to mention, an elevated value over purchasing a similar piece brand new.
Like many young women, Penny adored her Grandmother’s jewelry – a string of pearls, a ring several sizes too big, an ornate charm bracelet. But, Penny wasn’t just pretending to be a grown-up. There was something about this jewelry that was miraculous. The more she looked and studied, the more enchanted she became. Grandma Adele had a story behind each piece in her jewelry box.
Watchmaking as an art has evolved dramatically over the centuries. From large simple pocket watches to exceptionally thin complex wristwatches, the forms of timepieces have been many throughout the years. There are always upgrades, but few manufacturers are able to boast multiple innovations as part of their history. One of those brands is OMEGA, and today, we'll take a look at five watches that changed our history and theirs.
4th Generation of Schiffman’s Jewelers, GIA Graduate Gemologist, Luxury Watch Enthusiast
Currently Wearing: Breitling Chronomat