Rolex really isn't like any other watch brand. In fact, the privately held, independently run entity isn't like most other companies. It is a universe of its own: respected; admired; valued; and known across the globe. Their timepieces have taken on a role beyond that of mere timekeeper. Read More
While wearing a beautiful Chopard watch, Eddie Redmayne becomes the fourth Best Actor in a Leading Role to wear one on his big day. Read More
"Time is Money." Earlier this year, a rare 1949 Rolex, sold for $1.2 million at a Christie’s auction. In fact, that same auction sold over 400 watches for a total of $26.5 million in sales. Read More
Cartier offered watches with water-resistant cases in the 1930s, but their insulating systems were so involved that the protection they offered lasted only a relatively short time. Although Louis Cartier died in 1942, his brand continued to strive for technical innovation and design evolution. Read More
Some of the more unusual examples are; Rolex Zerograph (1937), Panerai Radiomir (1950), Black Dial Star Indices Super Oyster (1952), Rolex Centergraph (1937), Black Dial Star Moonphase (1952), Deep Sea Special (1953), Omani Sea-Dweller (1973), Limited Edition Day-Date with King Midas Styling (1977). Read More

Here is a list of what is considered by LuxuryTime and most watch enthusiasts as the most Legendary watches or “Must have” watches that a true watch aficionado should possess in their collection. This list of legendary watches encompasses:

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