Vacheron Constantin

19 Feb 19

Montblanc 1858 Geosphere The legendary professional Minerva watches from the 1920s and 1930s were conceived for military use and exploration. Inspired by these historic timepieces, the Montblanc 1858 pays tribute to the Minerva Manufacture’s heritage. This year marks the arrival of four new 1858 editions – two new 1858 Automatic models, a 1858 Chronograph and […]

18 Feb 19

di Giuseppe Ciccarella Nell’anno 2011, ricorrono i venti anni esatti dalla acquisizione della mia prima Leitz Camera. Il mio caro Padre, invece, già dall’immediato dopo guerra, aveva utilizzato con soddisfazione una Leica IIIc “tendina rossa” con 50mm Leitz Summitar. Quella “leichetta”, giaceva oramai “pensionata” tra le mura domestiche, già da qualche decennio. Mi preoccupai, nei […]

17 Feb 19
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16 Feb 19
Fratello Watches

Welcome to This Week in Watches for February 16, 2019.  Let’s hope you still have some money left over from Valentine’s Day as we have some new watches to show that just might tempt you.  What’s that you say?  You blew all your money on renting a Gulfstream to whisk away your significant other to […]

15 Feb 19

On Tuesday, I wrote about the latest entries in Baume & Mercier’s Clifton Baumatic collection and how blue dials continue to remain in demand by collectors and enthusiasts. In that article, I mentioned Vacheron Constantin and Jaeger-LeCoultre as two of the other Richemont brands that exhibited an extensive selection of blue-hued timepieces at SIHH 2019. […]

14 Feb 19

Maybe you’re brand new to watches, and the Rolex marketing juggernaut has done its thing. Or perhaps you’re approaching a milestone birthday and you decide to, you know, treat yourself, because, well, you’ve made it this far, and this is something people do. Or you’ve been around the horological block a bit, you’ve owned nice […]

13 Feb 19

 I have no recollection as to when exactly my love for watches began but I can fairly assume that while young my father had gone abroad and returned with a rectangular Swiss automatic watch with the most amazing blue dial I had seen. It was  a very uncommon brand and the two things which remain […]

13 Feb 19
Lux Exposé

In 2006, Vacheron Constantin paid tribute to platinum with a dedicated collection named the Collection Excellence Platine. Exclusively composed of exceptional models issued in limited editions, this year the collection expands and includes a new version of the famous Traditionnelle manual-winding. The Traditionnelle collection is the supreme expression of the most demanding Geneva Haute Horlogerie […]

12 Feb 19

Sorry – couldn’t resist. As Omega winds up to exert Apollo 11 levels of marketing energy on the 50th anniversary of the moon landings (July 20th 2019 – put it in your diaries), it has announced that it is restarting production of the hand-wound chronograph calibre that was used in the watches of Armstrong, Aldrin […]

12 Feb 19
Fratello Watches

A few weeks ago, whilst cleaning up my attic, I found a box with all sorts of watch stuff. Inside were also two discs that I received in December 2007. On there, an interview between astronaut Wally Schirra and Chuck Maddox. This interview was recorded on February 17th 2007 in Beverly Hills, a few months […]