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My Watch With Edward Sahakian

My Watch With Edward Sahakian

The deeply-rooted connection between watches and cigars is no great secret; with many watch collectors meeting up regularly to enjoy a smoke and a whisky, while discussing the topics of the day and, of course, what’s on each-other’s wrists. For...

Interview: William Massena

As the watch-world descends on Geneva for SIHH, and every new novelty captures our attention, we wanted to take a break from it and speak to a man whose expert eye, has seen it all. William Massena, Managing Director of...

INTERVIEW: John Goldberger

The name John Goldberger should be familiar to many of our readers, either for his highly celebrated books on Longines, Rolex, Patek Philippe and Omega, or for his now notorious feature on Hodinkee’s "Talking Watches", opening a million dollar Rolex with...

Highlights

Interview: Aurel Bacs

The term ‘influential’ is something that gets thrown around a lot these days, largely due to the birth of the ‘internet influencer’, with disproportionately large collections of followers being the reason for the attributed ‘influence’, however, there are very few...

Between the hours of - interview with Stephen Bayley

Stephen Bayley is a very highly regarded author, critic, columnist, broadcaster, consultant, debater and curator. Perhaps his most influential achievement was the opening of the Boilerhouse Project with Terence Conran in the basement of the Victoria & Albert Museum in...


Interview: Eric Wind

The business of watch collecting is largely based around having an extensive knowledge of condition and originality, with many newcomers getting burnt by incorrect watches. One face that has been at the centre of guiding the community as to what truly...

Interview: Aurel Bacs

The term ‘influential’ is something that gets thrown around a lot these days, largely due to the birth of the ‘internet influencer’, with disproportionately large collections of followers being the reason for the attributed ‘influence’, however, there are very few...

Paul Newman's personal Rolex Daytona

Over the past five to ten years or so, there have been many watches which have gone from relative obscurity, to becoming the ‘must-have’ piece for any serious collector. Watches from the likes of Universal Genève and Heuer have piqued collectors'...

Interview: Mike Tay

With auction season behind us, stories of lots, performances and what it all means ruminates in the minds of collectors. One such collector, Mike Tay, has been present in the industry since the late 90s, making his mark as the...

Watches with Nicknames

It might seem odd that wristwatches with such names as Daytona, Speedmaster, Autavia or Submariner should acquire nicknames, but they do. Not only do they pick up nicknames, but many of these watches are concreted into history as a result...

Six Predictions for the Phillips Geneva Auction: Five.

As auction season rolls around again in Geneva, with impressive lots from all of the major auction houses, we thought we would take a look a handful of pieces included in the Phillips Geneva Watch Auction: Five, more specifically six predictions...

Between the hours of - interview with Stephen Bayley

Stephen Bayley is a very highly regarded author, critic, columnist, broadcaster, consultant, debater and curator. Perhaps his most influential achievement was the opening of the Boilerhouse Project with Terence Conran in the basement of the Victoria & Albert Museum in...