Discover and save creative ideas
    Visit site

    Also on these boards

    Related Pins

    H. Moser & Cie has produced three limited edition models with gorgeous blue fumé dials and presented in palladium cases. Angus Davies discusses their appeal in detail.

    Read Angus Davies's article about the Graham Silverstone Vintage 30 on ESCAPEMENT. A gentleman racer!

    Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Openworked Minute Repeater with Jumping Hour Whilst window shopping in Geneva, Angus Davies fell in love with a horological beauty. Read his article about the Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Openworked Minute Repeater with Jumping Hours on ESCAPEMENT.

    Read Angus Davies's article on ESCAPEMENT about the Baume & Mercier Clifton 1830.

    IWC Portuguese Chronograph Classic Angus Davies talks about his Portuguese romance. Read his watch review of the new IWC Portuguese Chronograph Classic on ESCAPEMENT.

    Angus Davies discusses horological limbo dancing. Read his review of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Jubilee on ESCAPEMENT.

    Angus Davies tries on the new platinum Rolex Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona. Read his in-depth review on ESCAPEMENT.

    Porsche Design P‘6752 WorldTraveler "The words "Porsche" and "Design" have profound appeal to me. When I saw this handsome timepiece designed for those who have to contend with two timezones, I vowed to write about it". Angus Davies, ESCAPEMENT.UK.COM Read Angus Davies's article about the Porsche Design P'6752 World Traveler on ESCAPEMENT, the home to watch reviews.

    Montblanc Star Quantième Complet Angus Davies writes about this elegant and classically designed timepiece from Montblanc. Read his watch review on ESCAPEMENT.

    It's Independent's day on ESCAPEMENT - read Angus Davies's article on the De Bethune DB25 QP.

    Grand Seiko 44GS white gold

    WATCHTIME: Seiko Grand Seiko 44GS Historical Collection---It was 100 years ago that Seiko introduced its first wristwatch. To mark the occasion, Seiko is bringing back a Grand Seiko classic launched in 1967, the 44GS. That watch, named for the caliber inside, established the design codes that would come to define Grand Seiko. In the company’s words, the 44GS “invented the grammar of Seiko design,” the foundations of which are precision, practicality, and comfort.