Must Have Luxury Watches from Knar Jewellery
A wristwatch isn’t simply a timepiece. It’s an affectation, an accessory, an appendage. The mode by which we document the inevitable march forward toward infinity defines our relationship to the weight of minutes, hours, days. Luxury watchmakers are craftspeople who take pride in knowing that they will be the guardian of your calendar, ensuring each moment is treasured in chronicle. Time is precious.It deserves attention
The iconic watchmaker’s latest is the descendant of the original waterproof 1926 Rolex Oyster and late ’50s Swiss ingenuity which offered the first calendar wristwatch indicating the time, date and day – all notable from a guaranteed waterproof depth of 100 metres. This appendage of affluence is available in 18-ct yellow, white or Everose gold with singular dials and gem-set bezels.
And, as a dividend for those with discerning tastes who invest and trust in Rolex, the latest offering from the world’s most celebrated watchmaker is a new-generation movement entirely born of ingenuity and century-old attention to precision and perfection. This watch is the reason Rolex is synonymous with timepiece perfection.
Since 1988, this Genevan manufacturer of luxury wristwatches has established itself as an industry force through elegance and acumen. This edition flaunts a delicate colimaçon decoration and 26 jewels are underscored by a rose gold-plated case with 40 diamonds and a convex sapphire crystal. The dial features a unique sunray decoration, eight applied diamonds, and three rose gold-plated indexes.
Innovation knows no borders. The Grand Seiko was introduced in 1960, and the industry landscape hasn’t been the same. The SBGK005, from the Elegance Collection, features a power reserve of 72 hours and delivers an accuracy rate of +5 to -3 seconds a day. Its slim design is embellished by a blue Mt. Iwate pattern dial, and Zaratsu polished stainless steel cases highlighting its subtle curves.
There is no metric for rarity. Luxury can’t be measured in numbers. But time can. Tudor’s latest in the Black Bay line exemplifies style and function. 42mm steel case, self-winding movement, 70 hours of life, winding crown, waterproof to 200m, an elegant black domed dial accentuated by a sapphire crystal, and completed with a satin finish.
The Glashütte name signifies excellence and precision in the craftsmanship of luxury timepieces. This edition’s stainless steel, polished and satin-brushed case (waterproof up to 30 bar) with rotating bezel is accented by a sapphire glass back and a galvanic blue with sunray finish dial with Super-LumiNova for optimum visibility in all conditions, in all elements, at all depths.
Time knows no gender, but Chopard does. The iconic watch and jewellery manufacturer has specialized in ladies’ timepieces since 1860. Its Happy Sport collection epitomizes their specific, playful and innovative approach to its craft. This edition boasts twenty-seven jewels, with two sapphire crystals, white diamonds and coloured stones. Elegant, sophisticated, and timely.
A casual relationship with time isn’t within an aviator’s purview. Since 1884, Breitling has outfitted discerning wrists ten, twenty, thirty-five thousand feet above the ground. Their Navitimer Automatic 41 takes pride in respecting a century of timepiece tradition and the demands of an astute market, powered by a COSC-certified chronometer, and coated with a luminescent material prominent in all lighting conditions.