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The inception of the automatic Rolex Daytona in 1988 represented a dramatic change in Rolex's chronograph family. Apart from the obvious mechanical difference, indeed, the new course of style was radically different from what had been seen earlier, since the Daytona no longer had contrasting subdials. This was until a new dial design found its way inside gold Daytonas like this 116518 from 2019. Champagne subdials contrast against the black dial, with the icing on the cake being the red accents provided by the chronograph hand and the outer minute track. The watch is fitted on its factory original Oysterflex rubber band, and is perfectly preserved in full set conditions. It's a very sporty and fresh take on the most sought after chronograph in the world!
From the beginning of its journey the Bvlgari Octo Finissimo has been one of the most extraordinary watch of the last few years. This specimen, hands down, stands out of the crowd: the spectacular blue Arabic dial is charming and at the same time intriguing, a feature that is not ordinary due to its origin. This unique version was created as a special edition for Dobner, Bulgari’s AD in Trieste, Italy. Its 40 mm titanium case, in immaculate conditions, sits wonderfully on the wrist. We’re proud to offer this rare and attractive watch from 2020 complete of its original full set of box and papers. Already an icon today, undoubtedly an icon of tomorrow, in one of the most unique configurations. Don’t let us say “We told you”.
If you don't remember seeing this Royal Oak before, you'll be excused: after all, only 30 pieces were made worldwide. We're indeed talking of a reference 15060, released in 2000 as a very limited run. It's all but ordinary, starting with the size - a very enjoyable and wrist-friendly 37mm, and continuing with the display caseback, the only time it was fitted on a mid-sized Royal Oak up until the present days. The icing on the cake is the anthracite "Petit tapisserie" dial with long hour markers, which gives the piece a marked and beautiful "vintage" appearance. We're proud to offer this absolute rarity in impressive conditions, of course as a full set, complete with everything that confirms its rarity and historical relevance. Seize your chance to own one of the rarest Royal Oaks ever, only at The Watch Boutique!
Over the last decade, social networks, with Instagram in the pole position, have offered watch enthusiasts a new platform for sharing their passions. Indeed, social networking trends have come into contact with the world of watchmaking. Thus, as odd as it may seem, watches and their owners have become a basis for memes posted on […]