Friday, May 05, 2017

Raymond Weil Toccata yellow gold men's watch

Posted by Schiffman's at 12:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Raymond Weil’s Toccata yellow gold men’s watch makes an impressive statement. Understated elegance, this watch has you on time and on point. Toccata is considered a dress watch, however, it will add panache to any occasion. The bracelet has freestyle flair and the design is complimented by the finest Swiss quartz movement, technology, and a secure push button folding clasp. The durable physical vapor deposition (PVD) coated case lessens water or perspiration damage. The case has a diameter of 39 mm.

Raymond Weil is a family owned, independent brand and has crafted unique, high quality fine watches since 1976. The Toccata has a polished jewel quality finish and is water resistant. Contemporary and classic, the timepiece incorporates Swiss made products only. Like all Weil watches, it is made with dedication to every detail. Features include the automatic date display at the 3 o’clock position and a white dial with Roman numerals. Additionally, the sapphire crystal is scratch resistant, it has a pull/push crown, and a solid case back.

Discerning clients appreciate this luxury watch and other fine jewelry by this icon. Raymond Weil also produces timing devices and systems. The company's accessories include writing instruments, necklaces, earrings, and music boxes. Exquisite diamond engagement rings and gold or silver wedding bands are available. Whatever your jewelry needs are, rewarding yourself or a special gift, this company will surpass every expectation. 

Friday, December 09, 2016

Raymond Weil Toccata Watch

Posted by Schiffman's at 7:41:07 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Upon first viewing the Raymond Weil Toccata Watch you will be left speechless. This breath taking watch is just so stunning. This watch gives off a strong sense of masculinity that is complemented - but not diminished - by its elegant form and design. Raymond Weil already has a reputation of making such amazing watches for men such as the Freelancer and the Maestro, however, he outdid himself when he created the Toccata Watch.

The Raymond Weil Toccata Watch comes in three different styles: the steel on steel blue dial, the steel on steel gray dial, and the steel on steel black dial. All of which are equally stunning and finding your favorite will be rather difficult to do. Adding one of these watches will complete your entire wardrobe and bring everything together. These stylish watches will be the talk of the century at any formal event.

Of course, it wouldn't be a Raymond Weil watch without having a few added features. The date function can be found at 3 o'clock and is water resistant to up to 165ft. The Raymond Weil Toccata Watch operates using quartz movements, making the watch low maintenance and very accurate. The crystal in this fine watch is made of sapphire and will ensure that your crystal is scratch resistant.

The Raymond Weil Toccata Watch is without a doubt a top of the line watch and it is easy to see why. From its elegant design to its great added features, the Toccata Watch has carved itself a definitive place amongst leaders in its class. 

Friday, October 21, 2016

Raymond Weil Tango Watch

Posted by Schiffman's at 9:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Known throughout the world for Raymond Weil unique luxury timepieces, the name Raymond Weil has become a synonym for luxurious timekeeping beauty that adorns the wrists of some of the world's most famous and influential people.

Already known for their classic casings and faces in such an array as to have one that will satisfy the appetite of every man or woman, Raymond Weil timepieces have already won a place in the wardrobe of thousands of satisfied customers. His watches may be restrained and dignified while others tell of active people, people on the go. And now there's a new kid on the block.

Yes, we're talking about Raymond Weil's New Shine Tango watches, his most exciting watch for today's woman yet to be seen.

This gem continues a look of classic beauty while incorporating a halo of diamonds around its face. Each of these watches may be worn in solid steel or yellow gold with a plating of PVD, an extremely durable coating that preserves and protects the beauty of each watch's carefully crafted case.

Be sure to look at the new Raymond Weil Watch Collection today. Elegance, luxury, and a carefree air of joie de vivre, all in one package. 

Friday, August 05, 2016

Raymond Weil Freelancer Titanium Chronograph

Posted by Schiffman's at 11:50:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

The beauty of dress watches is that they are elegant and have an air of exclusivity to them, while they don’t draw attention to themselves, but to the wearer. It’s called discreet boast, much like how the Raymond Weil Freelancer Titanium Chronograph lends to you an air of finesse, without telling people. Despite being a sports chronograph, this watch maintains a dress watch appeal. The bold orange accent against a neutral grey and black and titanium color makes it a dress watch with an attitude. Likewise, the main dial is galvanized and given a slate-grey color, which complements the orange seconds and chronograph hands. The Raymond Weil model also carries the standard sapphire crystal cover for protection against scratching, and 10 ATM or 100 meter-depth water resistance feature.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's in Winston-Salem and at Friendly Center.
 
 

Friday, April 29, 2016

How to take care of your watch

Posted by Schiffman's at 9:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

A luxury watch like Raymond Weil is designed to last for a long time. But you can make it last and look good for even a longer time with proper care. Here are some tips. Wipe the glass cover with soft cotton and never use any agent to make it shine. A tested trick is to blow hot air on it with your mouth to fog the glass, then gently wipe it off. You’ll have a shiny glass afterwards. When not in use, the watch should be put in its box lined with soft surface or place it in a cotton wrap to avoid scratching the surface or protect it from dust. Do not wear the watch with other metal jewelry piece like cuff or bracelet to avoid scratching each other. When you walk closely with your partner or hold hands while walking, make sure to switch the watch to the far-side wrist, the one away from her.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's at Friendly Center and in Winston-Salem.
 
 

Friday, October 30, 2015

Noemia

Posted by Schiffman's at 9:55:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Founded in 1976 in Geneva, Raymond Weil Geneve is a Swiss luxury watchmaker that takes inspiration from the music and the arts in making their beautiful watches. Collections take deep inspiration from concepts mostly from music and also, the brand's heritage. One collection that is from the latter is the Noemia. This is a poetic and mysterious name that recalls the family dimension of Raymond Weil. This name takes inspiration from the first name of the founder's granddaughter. Also, it was created in her image, in her innocence and delicateness while being mature and extremely feminine. This too is a reflection of the modern woman while preserving ideal and traditional values. The piece has a classic character pleasing the eye with bright white mother-of-pearl dial and accented by full-cut diamonds in its hours. The pieces blue dome on the crown finishes this already classic character with more class. 
 
See the Noemia collection for yourself. Visit Schiffman's in Winston-Salem.
 
 

Friday, June 26, 2015

Raymond Weil flies

Posted by Schiffman's at 11:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Mention pilot watches and Raymond Weil won't be in the list of the top brands. Not anymore. The timepiece signature more known for its passion on music has a pilot watch now: the Freelancer Piper. In partnership with the legendary aviation Piper Aircraft, the watch celebrates the company founder's love for flying. Not many know that Raymond Weil, the man, was a pilot. "He was not only a visionary and daring entrepreneur but also a proud owner of a Piper plane," said Elie Bernheim, the company's CEO. He was known to fly around mountains, especially the Matterhorn in Switzerland. The Freelance Piper demonstrates independence of spirit that animated the early decades of flying. It's made from titanium and stainless steel with a mechanical self-winding chronograph movement.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's in Winston-Salem.
 
 

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

Evolution

Posted by Schiffman's at 11:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

One can never disconnect a piece of art from the inspiration it sprang from much like one cannot deny the connection of a leaf of a tree from its roots. Much like you can never separate Raymond Weil from music. Much of Raymond Weil’s creations arose from the company’s love for the auditory art. Music is a part of Raymond Weil’s identity much as paints are for brushes. But just like music, watches also evolve. They come in variations. They move evolve into new forms. This is true when it comes to the iconic Nabucco. It now comes in a modern variation that stays true to the original while adding a modern twist – meet the Rivoluzione II. This piece is made up of steel, titanium and carbon fiber. It moves the Nabucco forward – a revolution. 
 
To see this piece up close, visit Schiffman’s at Friendly Center. 
 
 

Friday, November 14, 2014

Parsifal Reborn

Posted by Schiffman's at 9:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Raymond Weil is a Swiss watch company that is known for its beautiful watches and its deep rooted tie with music. Raymond Weil has been celebrating this tie with music since its inception and has created watches in honor of music and harmony. The Parsifal is a collection that pays homage to the Richard Wagner opera. It is an epitome of aesthetic refinement and sophisticated design. After 20 years of success, this collection is reinvented with more precision and modern feel. It also includes mechanical complications like chronographs and date functions. It also makes use of other refined materials such as rose gold, diamonds and mother of pearl – materials that add to the luxury that is in every Parsifal timepiece.
 
The Parsifal is available for both men and women and in many different models and variation. For more of your Parsifal collection, visit Schiffman’s at Friendly Center.  
 
 

Monday, September 22, 2014

Music and Raymond Weil

Posted by Schiffman's at 2:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Raymond Weil is one of a few luxury Swiss watch brands that remains independently owned. Since its foundation in 1976, when Swiss watches were under threat of extinction by Japan’s quartz technology, Raymond Weil has not only stayed afloat, but created one of the watch industry’s signature themes: the music inspired watch. Raymond Weil has been involved in the music industry, sponsoring or supporting orchestras, for over 35 years now. The watch signature evokes the same precision, timing, and artistry as a symphony fuses different instruments and notes to fashion out a melody. The result is a dress watch whose minute parts tick in unison and encased in sleek and chic classic yet contemporary style. A Raymond Weil watch is as casual a corporate accessory or formal as a tuxedo accent.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's in Downtown Greensboro.
 
 

Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Music of Raymond Weil

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How do you describe a Raymond Weil? Perhaps with music. The signature takes inspiration from classical orchestra. The fine lines and simple but elegant style of Raymond Weil watches like the Nabucco evoke the graceful lineup of various instruments of an orchestra. It’s a motley collection of different musical instruments, yet are united and reduced to a singular rhythm and melody once the music starts. The orchestra maintains its cohesion as every component in a Raymond Weil watch keeps its beat in perfect unison with the rest. The result is akin to a well-executed symphony that delivers highs and lows but never missing a beat. It’s a beauty to behold and even more beautiful once it functions. We’re talking about the orchestra, but we could very well be referring to a Raymond Weil.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's in Winston-Salem.
 
 

Sunday, June 08, 2014

Dress watch tips

Posted by Schiffman's at 8:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Having a hard time choosing the right dress watch? Consider these easy tips. Decide which is more important to you: prestige of a brand or the affordability of generic watches? Keep in mind that luxury brands are a guarantee the watch will last a long time. Likewise, think of the watch’s materials for durability and flexibility. A leather strap may look nicer, but you may have to replace it in the long run. Ceramic is strong but delicate, and it adds a more modern look than stainless steel. You should also choose how much features you want in your dress watch. The more features, naturally, the bulkier the watch is. A dress watch should be kept simple and elegant. Raymond Weil is easily one of the best dress watches today. It’s sleek and simple design creates a classic feel that fits a subtle but sophisticated fashion taste. Its collections are rich in brown, black and grey hues, toned with rose gold and stainless steel.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's at Friendly Center.
 
 

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Nabucco: Manly, Just Manly

Posted by Schiffman's at 8:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Inspired by the famous opera by Giuseppe Verdi, Raymond Weil’s third generation leaders unleashed upon the luxury watch world in 2007 the Nabucco collection –a line that exudes distinction and power. This line was designed for the new generation of men who are strong minded and comfortably confident in their own style. Like the new generation of men, the Nabucco collection is both racy and elegant. It is regarded to be technically evolved that appeals to connoisseurs from different cultures around the world. The line boasts of its use of sophisticated materials like carbon fiber, rose gold, stainless steel and rubber. Combined with the Raymond Weil’s tradition of precision watchmaking, these modern assertions make a Nabucco piece wanted by collectors all around the world. 
 
To find the perfect Nabucco piece that accents your own personality, visit Schiffman’s at Winston-Salem. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Raymond Weil. 
 
 

Saturday, February 22, 2014

For the select few

Posted by Schiffman's at 8:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Raymond Weil is admired by smart and chic people who go for subtle elegance and discerning style when choosing a luxury timepiece. For more than thirty five years now, the signature watchmaker has been creating timepieces that are at once classic, graceful, yet with a touch of vigor for the gentleman and tease for the lady. The brand maintains its tinge of seduction, too, since it launched the Parsifal collection in the nineties that featured the signature’s original complications. In an industry dominated by giant watchmakers, Raymond Weil is able to maintain its independence in both style and manufacture. Indeed, this independence from mainstream, mass-produced watch brands sets Raymond Weil in a different level, a place where only the stylish men and women know. They understand fashion like no other. 
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's at Friendly Center.
 
 

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

The Good life ahead

Posted by Schiffman's at 10:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Raymond Weil takes writing style to a new level, that is, with elegant writing implements and accessories. Inspired by the brand’s emblematic carbon fiber nebucco chrono model, the Raymond Weil writing instruments is ideal for the confident young corporate achiever, who needs to impress on his superiors that he now belongs to the top club. The signature elegance of this instrument is unmistakable, accented by the iconic Raymond Weil gold-plated monogram at the cap. The pen is finished in satin with carbon fiber inserts in its top barrel for a strong and steady grip. The writing instrument goes well with another Raymond Weil accessory, titanium-covered cufflinks. Stylish and sophisticated, the pen and cufflinks are but an extension of the young achiever’s taste for the good life ahead of him. 
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schiffman's at Friendly Center.
 
 

Friday, November 08, 2013

In Good Family Hands

Posted by Schiffman's at 12:00:00 PM in Raymond Weil (38)

Starting, leading and working in a family business can bring valuable benefits compared with other businesses. After all, the family is a natural team, and in a family business, the members can think about something in the morning and begin working on it in the afternoon. A family business is much faster than companies that have to go through a more politicized process of getting things done. You and your family are likely to share the same ethos and beliefs on how things should be done which in turn can give you an extra sense of purpose and pride - and a competitive edge for your business. Knowing full well of these advantages, Raymond Weil, the Geneva-based brand of watches belongs to the limited circle of Swiss watchmakers still in family hands. 
 
Come see the products of their strong commitment, loyalty, stability, decreased costs, and next-gen ingenuity at Schiffman’s at Friendly Center.
 
 

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Icon of Aesthetic Watch Beauty

Posted by Schiffman's at 5:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

For the last thirty-five awesome years, the Raymond Weil Company has steadfastly maintained their hallmarks of excellence in watch making. Combining, precision, quality, reliability, nobility and the technical expertise handed down through generations from a prestigious family, is a manifestation of qualified family traditions of watch making! The inherent Swiss-made technology is vaunted for its unequaled quality and durability, made to withstand the rigors of time and the critiques of people with a rare trait of elegance.
 
One of the foremost constant preoccupations in the development of Raymond Weil watches is aestheticism. The ergonomic design and refined modern features are intended to satisfy the evolving demand of the market. This aesthetic pursuit results to distinctive and identity-marked models only cognizable in Raymond Weil Watches. The excellence of a watch laced with modern features for aesthetic contentment meant to perfectly describe unilaterally, a Raymond Weil Watch! 
 
Raymond Weil Watches are on display in Schiffman's at Friendly Center.
 
 

Friday, September 13, 2013

Aladdin Made the Perfect Choice

Posted by Schiffman's at 7:00:40 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Flying carpets, magic lamps and genie wishes are really not necessary to catch your man’s attention and make him fall in love with you. Aladdin fell in love with the princess just what and who she was in the fairytale. Her natural beauty, good and friendly nature and sunny optimism were the things that touched Aladdin’s heart in the story, not love potions, not even magic and genie wishes. And as much as Aladdin knew her princess, Raymond Weil also knows her own Jasmine. Powered by quartz and mechanical movements, the Jasmine is in PVD rose gold and is extremely resistant to wear and will probably last for years. Raymond Weil has equipped the timepiece with 29 diamonds neatly set on its round bezel, as well as a blue sapphire cabochon that adores its notched setting crown. With its exquisite features, every man will definitely turn his head as you take him into a whole new world. Beyond doubt, the Jasmine is the perfect choice not just for Aladdin but for everyone.
 
For more of Raymond Weil timepieces, come and see us at Schiffman’s in Winston-Salem. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Raymond Weil.
 
 

Sunday, August 25, 2013

A Watch of Compassion

Posted by Schiffman's at 3:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

The ancient gnomon exemplifies the virtues of a typical timepiece. It has morphed through history and migrated to the ranks of modern accessories yet its usefulness supersedes its purpose. A modern timepiece like a Raymond Weil watch exemplifies the significance of the usefulness and purpose inherent in it.  Innovated for adaptation in the modern climate of competition and vision, the company thrives on its unique craftsmanship and inspiration. Individually crafted with an air of aristocratic finesse, the watch exudes a personality of elegance and beauty. The Raymond Weil watch collections are presented in various presentations expressing the company's interest on classical music and renaissance features.  The designs do carry an attitude of independence and liberty. A watch that is passionately subtle to lure the public's interest in a classic watch like Raymond Weil. 
 
Raymond Weil Watches are available at Schiffman's in Winston-Salem.
 
 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Hand of the Maestro

Posted by Schiffman's at 12:00:00 PM in Raymond Weil (38)

Bringing together all the elements of excellence of the Swiss luxury and watchmaking industry, Raymond Weil is definitely unstoppable in introducing precise, reliable and noble timepieces that will take you to Geneva—the home of know-how watchmaking Masters. Representing Raymond Weil’s love music, the company releases one of its newest models the Maestro Quantième à Aiguille (maestro With Calendar Hand). As its name indicates, the Maestro Quantième à Aiguille has two indicators at 3 and 9 o’clock, displaying the temporal passage of the date and the seconds respectively. Housed in a steel case with a diameter of 41mm, enhanced with a brown leather alligator style strap, the silver dial is embellished with a sunray guilloché decoration in the central zone and a concentric musical stave motif, punctuated by black transfer Roman numerals. The blued steel type hands add their own rhythm to the dial’s overall harmony. The sapphire glass of the case back reveals the mechanical complication, constituting the maestro’s heart, equipped with 33 jewels and generating a power reserve of 38 hours. Indeed, another Raymond Weil masterpiece.
 
Get your own Raymond Weil timepiece from Schiffman’s in Winston-Salem. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Raymond Weil.
 
 

Sunday, August 04, 2013

The Ladies Time Maestro

Posted by Schiffman's at 1:10:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

The most accurate and most advanced timepieces are of course, without a doubt, Swiss-made. Most Swiss watches, if not all, own the top of the class materials and the superior time-telling technology that make Swiss-made watches the leading and the most sought after timepieces of all time. This is the product of Switzerland’s centuries of carefully handed-down watchmaking skills, which are harnessed by Raymond Weil. As time master himself, Raymond Weil creates the ladies Maestro—a combination of authenticity and femininity. Ladies watches featuring the mother of pearl dial sprinkled with diamonds and offers an aperture at 12 o'clock to admire the beauty of the automatic movement. The case is adorned with 74 sparkling diamonds and elegantly sits on a colored alligator strap available in black, blue, pink and green.
 
For more of your favorite Raymond Weil timepieces, visit us at Schiffman’s in Downtown Greensboro. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Raymond Weil.
 
 

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Rhythm of a Watch

Posted by Schiffman's at 10:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

When Raymond Weil decided to join the Swiss watch making company, Camy Watch S.A., he had a pertinent and persistent vision for independence. Flaming with ardent devotion to the craft and unqualified leadership, he was able to take over of the company's leadership and eventually became the manager of the company for approximately twenty six years. Nonetheless, he never forgot his ambition to create his very own watch company. It was on the year 1976 that Raymond Weil became a name for itself. Embarking on a future where it arose out of crises and adversity, it became a famous brand until the present. Coupled with enthusiasm and his vast experience in the watch industry, he began to explore the wider Europe just to get a glimpse of what are the prevailing fashion, behavior and social attitude of people relative to the essence of time and its object, the watch.
 
Raymond Weil believes that in riding with the flow of fashion and with the anticipation of the need, he could create a watch that could perfectly fit the sense and character of a person. Embodying upon these ideals, he tapped the expertise of his son-in-law, Oliver Bernheim in 1982.
 
Full of dynamism and vision, Oliver restructured, developed and ensured a sustainable growth in the international market while preserving the watch of its family identity. He created an impact by establishing a significant brand expansion, which introduce novel creations which are sophisticated mechanical timepieces. It developed entry level collections which has a wider range of communication strategy.
 
Adhering family tradition, the sons of Oliver Bernheim eventually joined the company which solidifies the brand renown for its class and luxury. Elie and Pierre Bernheim were music enthusiast as proteges of their mother's passion.
 
The siblings dual entry in the company made significant changes especially in brand development and marketing by tapping the social networking sites. It eventually made a niche in the internet industry that made the Raymond Weil's collection of watches a solid brand to contend with.
 
A watch made from Raymond Weil, individually crafted, imbued with inspiration and idealism is reflective of its iconic resemblance to independence! Inspired by family values of cooperation and coherence in taste, it is truly a beauty of luxury. Immensely developed by modern standards and created for adaptation, this work of art can be worn as an emblem of character. The aristocratic finesse in very watch captivates an aura of elegance and command.
 
The introduction of the new lines of collection of watches allowed the market to have variant choices dependent on their taste and character. The musically themed watches, the Amadeus, named after the great Mozart, paved the way for another musically themed watch, the Fidelio. The Fidelio is named after Beethoven's only opera, the watch was designed in a more subtle details. The elegance of the collection is under the guise of duality and liberty, its a mixture of skillfully interlaced satin finish and polished gold plated bracelet links, an interplay of shiny and matt contrast on the case. A brilliant presentation of irresistible double play.
 
The Othello Collection which was offered to the public as a blend of avant-garde technology and refined design. The ultra thin timepiece (1.2mm) played a great part in the worldwide success of its brand due to its technical construction and prowess, and its distinctive symbolism on creative audacity and an appeal of individuality. 
 
In 1988, another spectacular product was launched, the Traviata collection. It broke down traditional aesthetic criteria in watch making, exemplifying a projection in the Raymond Weil's brand, a bold yet tastefully refined innovator. This new innovation elevates the company to a higher pedestal of creativity and quality. Its aggressive, consistent display of creative innovation with elegant taste captured the market. Combining it with their advertising prowess, it projected an image of association in water, earth and fire. The essential elements of man's survival. This creates an adventurous attitude cloaked in every watch collection; eager to go beyond though beyond is nothing but yonder.
 
Raymond Weil has shown to the world that this company is capable of reinventing itself to suit the ever-changing taste of modern man. It has the character to adapt to market climates, the attitude to immerse in the society and come up with a creation suited for individuality. A brand that understands not only the ever changing society but the person itself. It is willing to go further and speculate on the actual needs of man. It created an emblem, flourished and nourished by family values and tradition. It touches the heart of every need, because a need is always based on a familial tendency. These watch collections are an embodiment of every familial reflection, in character, attitude and family connections. Only moments of time could only determine the relevance and importance of family values, only in a watch created by Raymond Weil.Come see Raymond Weil Collections at Schiffman's at Friendly Center.
 
 

Monday, July 08, 2013

Reinvention

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The world, the industry just keeps changing: there are constantly new versions of software; new formats to deal with; whole new approaches.  Change is inevitable. In fact it may be the only true constant.  Change means reinvention. Re-inventing isn’t optional. If you want to work you have to be perceived as being current. Each time a major shift happens in our lives—leaving a job or a relationship, moving, losing a loved one—we have to take control of who we will become or risk never reaching our full potential – a reinvention that changes the game. 
 
After 20 years of success, Swiss Watch Manufacturer Raymond Weil celebrated the relaunch of its Parsifal Collection in 2010 with great splendor, consolidating its strong identity and distinctive design features. Since its inception, Parsifal has represented the perfect reflection of Raymond Weil’s attachment to tradition, as the inexhaustible source of inspiration. Parsifal is reinventing itself again this year, through three creative new variations, each sublimely elegant and refined. The collection has emerged more contemporary, while still remaining totally faithful to its original aesthetical philosophy. 
 
Come see the New Parsifal Collection by Raymond Weil at Schiffman’s in Winston-Salem. 
 
 

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Make a Difference with Raymond Weil

Posted by Schiffman's at 2:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death around the world. In 2007, cancer claimed the lives of about 7.6 million people in the world. Known medically as a malignant neoplasm, cancer is a broad group of various diseases, all involving unregulated cell growth. In cancer, cells divide and grow uncontrollably, forming malignant tumors, and invade nearby parts of the body. The cancer may also spread to more distant parts of the body through the lymphatic system or bloodstream. Cancer is the new "great imitator". Thus it is not uncommon for people diagnosed with cancer to have been treated for other diseases to which it was assumed their symptoms were due. There are over 100 different types of cancer, and each is classified by the type of cell that is initially affected. But the most heart-breaking of all are the type of cancers that affect children. 
 
One out of every 600 children suffers from cancer. Although recovery rates from childhood cancers have improved considerably in the last 30 years (from 30% to around more than 70%), these illnesses are still the second leading cause of death in children over one year old. What is more distressing is not the diagnosis but also the process of healing. The diagnosis and treatment of cancer are a stressful and threatening experience, which can be emotionally devastating to children. Despite the improved prognosis, the course of cancer treatment has tremendous impact on children. Cancer treatments like radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or stem cell transplants kill cells that grow quickly, such as cancer cells. But in a child, many healthy cells in organs throughout the body are growing fast, too. Treatment can damage these cells and keep them from growing and developing the way they should. Sometimes the damage from treatment isn't serious enough to cause problems that are noticed right away, but they may show up over time. What’s more upsetting is that younger children's bodies tend to be more sensitive to the effects of radiation; and some children may be at greater risk for side effects. For example, the bodies of children with the hereditary form of retinoblastoma (an eye cancer) are more sensitive to the effects of radiation. Some types of chemotherapy, given either into a vein (intravenous, or IV chemo) or directly into the spinal column (intrathecal chemo), can also cause learning disabilities in children. These problems are more common if higher doses of certain chemo drugs are used, and if the child is younger at the time of treatment. Learning disabilities are more common in children who get both chemo and radiation to the brain.
 
That is why it is worth mentioning the efforts made by the Pediatric Hemato-Oncology Unit of Geneva University Hospital that is currently working actively to develop more effective and less toxic treatments for those children. These efforts have not been left unnoticed especially by Raymond Weil, a luxury brand of exquisite timepieces, the brand that knows certainly how time is of the essence when it comes to cancer patients. In its involvements with the several charities to make this world a better place, and with its commitment for many years in various charity actions, Raymond Weil renewed its initiative in 2012 to aid the Pediatric Hemato-Oncology Unit of Geneva University Hospital’s research and treatment of those who have been touched by the dreadful disease of Cancer, this time, in partnership with its lo-time and prospective customers.  Always a leader in the field of new technologies, Raymond Weil is the first Swiss luxury watchmaker to use Facebook as a selling platform for this timepiece. The Brand wanted to share its engagement to this cause with the entire Facebook community to reach as many people as possible. For the Basel Fair, Raymond Weil provides the opportunity to support the fight against childhood cancers and buy on its Facebook page a maestro edition limited to 5 pieces engraved with the mention “maestro Mouvement d’Espoir – Edition Spéciale 2012”. The proceeds from the sale will be doubled by Raymond Weil and donated to the Pediatric Hemato-Oncology Unit of Geneva University Hospital – Switzerland. At the heart of the maestro Mouvement d’Espoir special navy blue model – unique because of its aesthetics and the beauty of the cause it symbolizes, beats a self-winding automatic movement. Like all the models of the maestro collection, its refined casing is snapped with a sapphire crystal at the back, which enables amateurs to admire the movement of this timepiece. Its silver dial decorated with a central zone in “Clou de Paris” and sprinkled with blued Arabic numerals is shining like hope in the night of the navy blue leather strap. 
 
But if you wish to just see more of the other captivating timepieces from this great, philanthropist brand, you can definitely come see them at Schiffman’s at Friendly Center.
 

Thursday, June 06, 2013

The Beauty of Summertime

Posted by Schiffman's at 1:00:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

After a seemingly endless winter, it looks like summer is finally on its way. Although for some, summer just isn’t their thing since people overheat really easily so by the time it’s noon, there are already a lot of grumpy and stressed folks. Nevertheless, whether we admit it or not, summer is just what we all need. Aside from providing some very significant benefits to our health and wellbeing, the abundant sunlight during summertime also help to regulate almost all our bodily processes, as well as acting as psychological encouragement to improve our lifestyle – and within it, is summer fashion: bold colors, shorter and lesser fabrics, and Raymond Weil’s Freelancer Summertime. 
 
Raymond Weil’s Freelancer Summertime is an ultra-stylish mechanical timepiece blending audacity, modernity and refinement in a range of citrus tones and natural colors. The elegant, refined freelancer summertime offers a delicious mix of freshness and emotion, with its subtle interplay of materials and colors, and its distinctive blend of magical diamonds and watchmaking know-how.
 
Come see it at Schiffman’s in Winston-Salem.
 
 

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Change with Raymond Weil

Posted by Schiffman's at 1:50:00 AM in Raymond Weil (38)

 

Change is an inevitable part of our existence in this world. One cannot do away with change, rather accept it as part of a better future. But when change comes at almost blinding pace, kindness and compassion helps. 
 
A new stunning sport watch from Raymond Weil Nabucco Collection marks change in an interesting new way. Written in golden letters, at the top of the striking, galvanic dial, the large “Twelve” of the new Nabucco Cuore Caldo Chronograph represents “the turning point between yesterday and tomorrow, between the past and the future.” Consequently, Raymond Weil has chosen to support the fight against cancer. Thus, through the sale of the new luxury model, it will renew its support for the Pediatric Onco-Hematology unit of the University of Geneva-Switzerland Hospital. With your kindness, you get beauty in return. The new Nabucco Cuore Caldo Chronograph features the amazing fusion of high-quality materials. In order to craft a unique, bold looking watch, Raymond Weil joined together polished and satin finished steel, titanium, carbon fiber and the most striking, 18 karat rose gold. 
 
The Nabucco Cuore Caldo Twelve is the first model to display the number 12 in letters, to “underline that every day is precious and that change is within our reach”. Come see it at Schiffman’s in Downtown Greensboro.
 
 

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