The Panama Canal was completed in 1914, changing the landscape of world trade forever. The canal was controlled by the US until 1977 when it became jointly controlled by the US and Panama. In 1999, total control of the canal was signed over to Panama and to celebrate, 75 of these Rolex Submariners were issued and given as gifts. These limited watches feature an emblem of the #PanamaCanal where there would typically be a depth rating. This particular example is in phenomenal condition with original caseback sticker, sharp case and flawless dial.
Love these @audemarspiguet Perpetual Calendar Royal Oaks. Skeleton on the left, Salmon dial in the right. [Both sold]
Hit the Trifecta. #5070 Which metal is your favorite?
In 1998 Cartier released the Collection Privée Cartier Paris collection, a limited series of watches that paid homage to the brands classic designs. Included in that collection was this beautiful Tortue shaped monopusher chronograph, the Monopoussoir, ref. 2396. This stunning white gold example features a guilloché dial with navy blue printing and is available now at TheKeystone.com
Laurent Ferrier makes some of the finest modern watches in the market. An independent watchmaker, Ferrier started the brand after more than 30 years of working at Patek, which included work on the prototype for the Nautilus. This Galet Square exhibits the use of simplicity in his designs and the result is stunning.
Before the reference 5170 was released in 2010, Patek Philippe issued 50 yellow gold examples to Beyer to celebrate the retailers 250th Anniversary, printing the Beyer logo at 6 o’clock. These hyper-limited chronographs are very rare and seldom come to market. This watch is available now at TheKeystone.com