As an answer to the popularity of its classically styled DB25 Starry Varius model, De Bethune has added a complication to the model: an eminently practical GMT function for travelers. The user friendliness and the smooth setting of the De Bethune DB25GMT Starry Varius' GMT movement makes it an intelligent and remarkably beautiful watch.
It might be safe to say that if ever there was a sleeper watch in MB&F’s collection, it was the Legacy Machine 101. When it was launched in 2014, it was the most basic, affordable and modestly sized piece the brand had yet made. Being the first movement to be conceived and built in-house, it did not sport the usual high-profile collaborators, save Kari Voutilainen, who provided consultation on the bridge and decoration design.
The 2020 Virtual V Foundation Wine Celebration auction highlighted the first fruit of Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry and Gemstone Vineyard's partnership. Their co-designed, ruby-encrusted Jeroboam wine bottles generated intense media interest and set off a bidding frenzy during the digital auction. Discover how these dazzling ruby-set bottles were made and how they helped raise $300K for a good cause.
From ultra-rare “grail” timepieces to high-quality everyday timekeepers, each piece the Silvers selected showcases excellence in design and execution - and each makes a timely Father’s Day gift.
Discover the journey of Roger Dubuis in our temporary boutique space at Rosewood Sand Hill this month.
For the first time since the pandemic struck, Stephen Silver is adding a new watch brand to our lineup. Geneva manufacturer Roger Dubuis is known for its daring styles and constructions, and possesses a number of similarities, as well as important differences to our customary fare of independent makers. Beginning in mid-March, the brand will commence a temporary display of almost its full collection in our small boutique at the Rosewood.
If someone asked you to name a watch that combined an aggressive, sporty shape with bold colors and a combination of materials that flouted watchmaking conventions, you might be able to reel off a dozen examples from today’s list of Swiss luxury timepieces. But in the year 1998, those criteria would only be met by an unusual novelty from Bulgari: the Aluminium. This month the brand is relaunching three versions of its fun, unorthodox sports watch, and its design and price makes it by turns a perfect gift, an end of summer sports watch or one of those “just because” fashion statements.