So you've got a vintage watch or two and you want to know the steps to take to make sure you can enjoy it for years to come.
Many of the most expensive watches on this planet happen to be older timepieces; however collecting vintage wristwatches does not need to be an exorbitantly expensive hobby.
There's a few things we love here at Craft + Tailored - well, more than a few - but one of them is transitional model Rolexes and the 16800 is one of our favorites.
We understand buying a watch with a complete service history isn't always possible - What should you do before buying or once you own a vintage watch? Service is always a hot topic of conversation.
Built for arguably the coolest men and women on the planet in the 50s / 60s - Pan Am airline pilots. The GMT-Master allowed pilots to track multiple timezones on a single timepiece.
The Rolex Submariner is often incorrectly credited as being the world’s very first dive watch; however that title is actually held by the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms.
A watch that needs no introduction - The 5513 Submariner was produced for over six decades. Iconic, respected, a benchmark offering.
A direct connection to history, worn by the majority of modern presidents, kings, musicians and despots, the Rolex Day-Date has done it all.
The history of the Omega Seamaster 300 begins in 1957 and consists of direct military ties, connections to fictional british spies, underwater exploration and much more.
What sets the 6263 Daytona apart from the rest of Rolex's Cosmograph Daytona releases? This article covers how this particular reference "checks all the boxes".
An absolute classic, few timepieces are as universally loved and well respected as the Omega Speedmaster - This article covers why.
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