Weekend Sojourn: Last-Minute Christmas Gifts – Jewelry is Forever

With today being almost the last shopping day before the holidays, it makes sense to take a good look at jewelry. Women love jewelry – it is their individual statement maker. More important and long-lasting than chocolate, flowers, dinners  and other gifts, jewelry withstands the test of time. In fact, the most alluring jewelry designs…

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Watch Education: Understanding the use of Rubies in Movements

  We have gotten a lot of questions from readers about rubies used inside watch movements, so we thought it was high-time to address the issue. Essentially, when a mechanical watch movement is said to have a certain number of jewels in its composition, those jewels are predominantly synthetic rubies created especially for watch movements…

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Louis Moinet Unveils the Red Stromatolite Watch – the Oldest Known Fossil

Louis Moinet is a brand we know and love. The creator of these incredibly advanced timepieces regularly utilizes some of the rarest materials on earth for dials – and this newest watch may top them all. The Red Stromatolite is the worlds’ oldest known fossil – dating back 3.5 billion years. The name is derived…

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Around the World: Tissot Madison Square Garden Watches – Time Perfectly

Last night we had the pleasure of joining Tissot at the Knicks vs. Rockets game at Madison Square Garden — where Tissot is the official timekeeper. In fact, this Swiss watchmaker has unveiled lobby clocks and an entire line of Madison Square Garden watches as the Official Timepiece of the Garden. Two of those watches are…

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Around the World: A. Lange & Sohne Opens First USA Boutique and Shows off the new Zeitwerk

Recently, Atimelyperspective traveled around the world with A. Lange & Söhne to check out its most recent and upcoming boutique openings (we will have a lot more coverage of that trip coming up soon). From Paris, to Dubai to Palm Beach, Fl, the trip proved to be incredibly fruitful and informative. The culmination was in…

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