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  • SOLD Breitling Colt Superocean

    SOLD Breitling Colt Superocean



    Breitling has conquered many fields since its founding, creating instruments to suit the most extreme situations and challenges. As well as manufacturing wristwatches that could cope with the rigours of outer space, they have also created timepieces able to withstand pressures at depths of 3000 metres – over half the depth of the Mariana Trench. One range with typifies the perfect marriage, created by Breitling, of extreme functionality and wearability is Superocean, offering stylish watches which are water resistant up to 2000 metres.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Breitling Colt Superocean is fitted with polished and satin finished stainless steel Professional bracelet and is 1000 metres water resistant. It has an automatic chronometer, self-winding movement, calibre B17.

  • SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m Co-axial Chronograph

    SOLD Omega Seamaster Professional 300m Co-axial Chronograph



    Seamaster was launched in 1948 to commemorate Omega’s 100th anniversary and is the longest serving range in the Omega family. Designed as a water resistant watch, and based on the watches worn by the British military at the end of WWII, the range quickly proved itself as elegant yet robust. In 1957 the Seamaster 300 was introduced and was used by many famous explorers and divers, including Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s team in 1963.

    This gentleman’s Omega Seamaster Professional 300m Co-axial Chronograph has a stainless steel bracelet and a stainless steel 41.5mm case which houses Omega’s new Co-axial automatic chronograph movement. This movement has a Si14 hairspring for greater precision and column-wheel mechanism enabling instantaneous timing.

  • SOLD Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial ‘London 2012’ Limited Edition

    SOLD Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial ‘London 2012’ Limited Edition



    To commemorate the return of the Olympic Games to London in 2012 Omega revisited their archives. The ‘London 2012’ limited edition has the classic styling of the mid 20th century with the advantage of modern day watchmaking technology in the form of Omega’s Co-axial movement, a movement which was first created by an Englishman, George Daniels.

    This gentleman’s stainless steel Omega Seamaster 1948 ‘London 2012’ limited edition watch is fitted with a black leather strap and the case back showcases the London 2012 Olympic Games logo in 18ct yellow gold. The case houses Omega’s Co-axial automatic chronometer, self-winding movement and the simple silvered dial features a subsidiary second dial.

  • SOLD Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

    SOLD Rolex Cosmograph Daytona



    This gentleman’s Rolex Cosmograph Daytona has a bi-metal case and bi-metal Oyster bracelet. It has an automatic chronometer, self-winding chronograph movement and the silvered dial features gold-coloured 30 minute and 12 hour registers.

    1963 saw the creation of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona, a watch dedicated to racing drivers and offering ultimate wearer comfort, robustness and visibility. Named after the legendary Florida beach and race track, the home of some of the world’s most famous motorsport speed records including Sir Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird record of 1935, the watch is almost as legendary itself. Today it is presented to every winner of the Le Mans and Rolex 24 At Daytona races, a true watch of champions.

  • SOLD Omega Constellation

    SOLD Omega Constellation



    This steel and gold lady’s Omega Constellation features a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective treatment. The diamond set bezel compliments the mother of pearl dial set with diamonds. The watch has a 22.5mm case which houses a Calibre 1456 quartz battery-powered movement.

    Since 1952, the Omega Constellation has been the platform from which Omega has showcased its ability as being at the pinnacle of watchmaking. This has been proven in the success of the Constellation with it today being one of the best-selling ladies’ watches in the world. Its trademark claws on the bezel and half-moon facets at 12 and 6 o’clock make it an incredibly unique and special range.

  • SOLD Longines Evidenza

    SOLD Longines Evidenza



    Longines’ heritage is evident in many of the watch ranges they introduce, often harking back to times gone by to inspire the next generation of timepiece. The Evidenza collection is no exception. The tonneau, or barrel, shape of the case dates from 1911 but the model itself is inspired by a specific watch from 1925, the year ‘Art Deco’ was born.

    Housed within this unusual case is an automatic self winding movement with a date feature. This lady’s Longines Evidenza has a polished stainless steel case and is fitted with a leather strap. The dial is silver coloured with beautiful ‘flinque’ sun-burst detailing and blue numerals and hands.

  • SOLD Omega Seamaster 300m Professional

    SOLD Omega Seamaster 300m Professional

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    This gentleman's Seamaster is commonly known as the “Bond Seamaster” due to its appearance in Goldeneye in 1995. The introduction of this watch however, predates Brosnan playing Bond, it was first introduced in 1993. In trademark Seamaster fashion, the maritime heritage of the watch is apparent throughout the piece, its signature wave pattern can be seen on the dial and in the shape of the bezel.

    Unlike the Omega Seamaster in Goldeneye, this watch contains the Calibre 1120, a self-winding chronometer with rhodium-plated finish. This watch is on a stainless steel bracelet and has a blue dial which features a date window and skeleton hands. Inside the 41mm case is a Calibre 1120 automatic self-winding movement. As a diving watch, this Seamaster Professional is 300 metres water resistant and features a screw-in crown and helium escape valve.

  • SOLD Oris Carlos Coste Limited Edition Diver's Chronograph

    SOLD Oris Carlos Coste Limited Edition Diver's Chronograph



    This gentleman's Oris Carlos Coste Limited Edition Diver's Chronograph watch was inspired by the Venezuelan born free-diver, Carlos Coste, who entered the Guinness Book of World Records in 2003 for reaching a depth of -100 metres without the aid of oxygen equipment. Unique features of the original watch were the position of the crown and chronograph pushers, on the left-hand side of the case making it ideal for the left-handed wearer, and the water resistance of 1000 metres, a truly impressive watch.


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