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18KT Gold Rolex Watches

Posted by on June 13, 2014 – 04:15 pm

18KT Gold Rolex Watches

Rolex Datejust II Steel/Yellow Gold Watch, Ivory Index Dial Rolex Datejust II watch, polished round stainless steel case (41mm diameter, 11mm thickness) with 18kt yellow gold screw-down Triplock winding crown, polished fluted 18kt yellow gold bezel, stainless steel and 18kt yellow gold Oyster bracelet with solid links and clasp, ivory dial with luminous index markers, date calendar at 3 o’clock, 31 jewel Caliber 3136 self-winding mechanical Oyster Perpetual COSC certified chronometer movement, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, water-resistant…

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Are Rolex Watches solid Gold

Posted by on June 10, 2014 – 03:24 pm

Are Rolex Watches solid Gold

Picture on Rolex Catalogue taken By Samsung II Note II Gold Watch It is common for us to look at a device as “Simple” as a gold watch and think you know, this gold watch is great and everything, but all it does is tell time – why on Earth is it worth so much? This is an interesting question to ask on Watch made of gold! Of course, that’s usually a question reserved for those who aren’t familiar with watches, gold, or the watch-making process. There are many more elements that go into making a gold watch besides simply “gold”. The knowledge of watchmaking…

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Rolex Gold Watches for Women

Posted by on June 2, 2014 – 01:34 pm

Rolex Gold Watches for Women

1. Gone With the Wind 2. Ballet 3. Black Angus Porterhouse steaks, pure sour cream and butter over fresh-baked potatoes 4. California select reserve wines, especially Robert Mondavi, Napa Valley 5. Chinese ivory carvings 6. Classical music 7. Colonial and early American homes in New England 8. Criss-Craft wooden boats/Boston Whaler fishing boats 9. Cuban cigars (for non-smokers this is UGLY) 10. English and Italian engraved shotguns 11. French cuisine and champagne 12. Genuine pipe organs 13Rolex Watches UK - Ladies Rolex Watches Rolex…

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Rolex Pink Gold Watches

Posted by on May 28, 2014 – 11:13 am

Rolex Pink Gold Watches

While clearly geared towards cutting-edge innovation, the Altiplano 38 mm 900P is also a nod to history, since it gets the 900P part of its name from Calibre 9P, which was the first ultra-thin hand-wound movement made by Piaget in 1957, measuring just 2 mm thin. By 1960, Piaget was ready to set a first record with its Calibre 12P, the world’s thinnest automatic movement at just 2.3 mm. The following years witnessed a spate of new slimness records in the fields of hand-wound and automatic models, with or without horological complications. Merging…

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Vintage Rolex Ladies Watches Gold

Posted by on December 16, 2013 – 02:41 pm

Vintage Rolex Ladies Watches Gold

The first wristwatches were essentially bracelets that told the time. In fact, the very first wristwatch, made in 1868 by Patek Philippe, was sold to a woman, Countess Koscowicz of Hungary, in 1876. Men came to wristwatches much later, around World War I. Until then, men mostly carried pocket watches. By design, ladies wristwatches were small, which meant they generally lacked the physical space inside to support features we associate with men’s wristwatches, including chronographs and chronometers. Instead, vintage and antique ladies wristwatches…

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Gold Rolex Watches eBay

Posted by on March 25, 2014 – 12:43 pm

Gold Rolex Watches eBay

Name of Collectible: This item Sold for $37, 240.71. (Click Image to View Auction). eBay seller: roguemag Description by seller: “The newest datejust in the market with rare 45 mm face (including bezel). Large brilliant round cut diamonds in a pave setting. Pave set diamonds continue on the sides of case, on the band, also on the sides of the case. Customized by The finest jeweler. Far beyond the finest quality imaginable. Face Width- 45mm (including bezel) Solid Stainless Steel subframe for strength. Case and band wrapped in 18kt Gold and Diamonds…

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Rolex Watches Goldsmiths

Posted by on January 12, 2014 – 06:22 am

Rolex Watches Goldsmiths

Above is a superb and early Rolex Oyster wristwatch dating to the mid 1930s. For me, this is exactly the time period when wristwatch design started getting serious; this watch has a robust case and bold clear dial, it’s light years away from the early wristwatches of the 1910s and 1920s and shows how far things had come in such a short time. Hans Wilsdorf, the co-founder of Rolex, was quite rightly thrilled with his Oyster case invention and, following its introduction, Rolex spent a fortune advertising its merits. The invention of the Oyster case…

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Antique Gold Rolex Ladies Watches

Posted by on December 28, 2013 – 11:32 am

Antique Gold Rolex Ladies Watches

I have written this 2nd more detailed guide to Rolex watches, due to the large number of enquiries we receive on a daily basis. The brand of Rolex is very collectable today and as with everything you really get what you pay for in the area of wrist-watches. Rolex was founded by Wilsdorf and Davies in 1905 and initially used movements from Aegler in Bienne and later on Reeberg movements. The trademark Rolex was first registered in 1908. In the year 1926 they made the first totally waterproof watch, the Rolex Oyster and 5 years later made a self-winding…

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