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2825 Sand Hill Rd
Menlo Park, CA, 94025

(650) 292 0612

Stephen Silver is renowned for our extraordinary ability to procure, design and handcraft the world's finest jewelry and gemstones.

The Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry Estate Collection includes some of the finest pieces from the Edwardian, Victorian, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and Retro eras. Signed and period pieces are the company's specialty; many of which are from prestigious jewelry houses such as Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Tiffany & Co., and Harry Winston.

The Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry Signature Collection exemplifies modern day luxury combined with old world elegance to produce true works of art. Exquisitely handcrafted in platinum and 18-karat gold, using only the very finest diamonds and colored gemstones, our Signature Collection is exceptional in quality and extraordinary in style.

Meet the Winners of the Grand Prix de Horlogerie Geneve 2016 Watch Awards


Meet the Winners of the Grand Prix de Horlogerie Geneve 2016 Watch Awards

Annena Sorenson


Last week we brought you a story about the annual watch awards known as the Grand Prix de Horlogerie Geneve (GPHG) and showed a few brands we carry that were in the final running. Well, the winners have been announced and we are pleased to bring some of the results to you now. Oh, and make note, you can view these award-winning brands in our store any time.

Coming out on top in the Mechanical Exception category is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie. Eight years in the making, the acoustic performance of this chiming watch is so intense and beautiful — as well as loud. It can be heard from down a hallway. The manual-wind mechanical movement also offers tourbillon, chronograph and striking functions.


Winning the Calendar category is the MB&F Legacy Machine Perpetual, which features a re-interpretation of the perpetual calendar mechanism with a new patent-pending way to calculate the number of days in a month.