Season’s Greetings! Today’s watches were chosen in honor of the festive season, with red accents to match Santa’s suit, Rudolph’s nose, cranberry sauce and Chianti. Merry Christmas.
Hublot Big Bang Carbon Baguette Ruby, with 48 rubies set into a carbon fiber bezel, using a technique patented by Hublot. The indexes and logo are color matched. The case is black carbon fiber, and the movement is self-winding chronograph caliber HUB4100.
Vacheron Constantin Lizard dial from the Les Univers Infinis collection, inspired by the work of Dutch artist Maurits Cornelis Escher. They are created using engraving, grand feu enameling and guilloché work, with diamond setting on some of the lizards.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date, with cherry colored dial and strap, with a 36mm case in 18k white gold and Rolex automatic caliber 3155. The Day-Date was the first chronometer wristwatch to indicate the date and the day of the week spelled out in full on the dial when it was launched in 1956.
Roger Dubuis Velvet, with 304 diamonds totaling 11.13 carats set into the dial and bezel. A 0.52-carat cushion-cut ruby is set into each end at the strap attachment. It contains the RD821 caliber self-winding movement. The watch is Geneva Seal certified.
Bovet Amadeo Fleurier 43 special piece designed exclusively for the New York City boutique, in 18k red gold with a convertible case. The dial is finished in a red guilloche pattern, with applied Roman numerals. It contains the self-winding caliber 11BA12, with a 72-hour power reserve.