A column detailing how independent jewelers did last year and the top watch brands of 2022 were among the most-read stories last week.
Rolex remained No. 1 while a brand known for its pilot watches slipped into the No. 5 spot.
Plus, two Rolexes the iconic actor gave to a longtime friend, stuntman Stan Barrett, found buyers at Sotheby’s “Important Watches” sale.
It will provide a place for select luxury watch retailers to sell their stock.
Its Q3 sales dipped as inflation took its toll on shoppers in the U.S. and Europe.
The company opened five stores in the United States in the second quarter as it continues growing its footprint.
The watch company is partnering with both music legends on new collections.
According to Christie’s, the auction is its most important single-owner watch collection ever.
“Top Watch” will be held concurrently with the Centurion South Beach Jewelry Show.
The company lowered its full-year guidance, citing increased economic uncertainty.
It's one of only two unique wristwatches Daniels made by hand in his lifetime.
He was previously editor-in-chief at Hodinkee.
The sale also will include a third Rolex, with all three watches tied to Barrett’s 1979 attempt to break the world record for land speed.
The watch seller comments on future demand, how the crypto crash impacted Rolex and Patek Philippe pricing, the supply recovery, and more.
The timepieces are a natural fit for the humanitarian aviation organization, which brings medical aid to remote areas of the globe.