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The Dreyfuss & Co 1974 ladies watch lends itself well as a thoughtful gift, and if I were on the receiving end would think affectionately of the giver As a watch brand…
The problem with being a shopaholic is that if your partner does not share your penchant for eroding a bank balance, they may adopt a rather tiresome, virtuous tone.
I am apparently an unusual heterosexual male who finds extreme enjoyment in acquiring material goods especially shoes and watches. I recently bought my wife, of twenty one years and counting, a Hermés scarf. I adored the gorgeous pattern and the no-compromise quality of its stylish form. However, my wife is low-maintenance. She “does not get it”. The scarf has barely been worn, relegated to the back of the drawer and passed over for an item from Marks and Spencer.
Unique in shape and unusual in design; this women’s watch is interesting and breaks away from the mould. Relying upon the factors of simplicity and a sense of flow, the focus is on the striking contrast of the black dial set against the silver bracelet, rather than technical complications.
As indicated by its name, this model weighs in with a 32mm case, a pretty standard size for a ladies watch but a thickness of 12.7mm is certainly above average and that might not be to everyone’s taste. The iconic winged ‘B’ logo at the 12 o’clock position provides a focal point on the dial above a square box with striped dial design which houses the brands official Chronometer status.
A household name in the UK, Rotary Watches heritage stretches back to 1895. Founded by Moise Dreyfuss in the Swiss watchmaking town of La Chaux-de-Fonds, the company is still owned by the Dreyfuss family to this day making them the oldest family-run Swiss watchmaker. With a specialism in designing affordably stylish watches, today Rotary blends contemporary and classic to create a collection that is distinctively… well Rotary.
Featuring geometric ornamented detailing on the stainless steel case and silvered face, the vibrant flame-blue coats the rectangular inner ring, minute and hour baton hands adding a flicker of intrigue amongst the simple black transferred numerals. The ticking of time is celebrated by these striking illuminated hands.
TechnoMarine, the first watch brand to put diamonds on a diving chronograph, is dedicated to sport watches without comprising on style. The Swiss quartz Cruise Original Dream Seahorse ladies sports watch arrives in a beautiful pristine white box accompanied with tools, extra strap and cover – this feminine watch is ready to function.
When the Patek Philippe Ladies Automatic Nautilus timepiece arrived, I was instantly impressed. Aside from its mechanical self-winding movement with a power reserve up to 45 hours it is an extremely handsome offering from Patek Philippe. A brand not shy of presenting the world with magnificent Swiss Made quality timepieces, the Nautilus is a cut above the rest.
Big, bold and upbeat are the perfect words to describe this ladies watch. Available in myriad bright or muted colours, these fun timepieces come with detachable silicone straps and interchangeable bezels so there is an almost limitless array of options.
As one might expect from a brand with Danish heritage, the Koppel 431 ladies watch is elegantly modest and timeless in its design. With its eternal style and neutrality it can effortlessly accessorise most of your wardrobe.
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