Of Royalties and Anitques: A 170 Year Old Watch Collection Of Ala Khachar, The 2nd, King Of Jasdan

 

There has always been harmony in India between ancient customs and cutting-edge modern design. The late 19th century to the early to mid-20th century was a prosperous time for European high-end fashion houses. Royal families in India ensured that …

Marking The Hours With: Kairav Engineer on Czapek’s Limited Edition Watch for Watch Collectors India (WCI)

    

They’re a rather eclectic bunch. People of varying ethnic backgrounds, cultural backgrounds, geographical locations, and individual traits. What might a journalist from the Middle East and someone who loves animals possibly have in common? While at first glance it may …

In Conversation With: Aurélie Picaud, Timepieces Director, Fabergé on what it takes to create modern watches with a heritage flare

By Nirja Dutt

While the world of watches tides through change and an immersive change of pace in terms of creativity, outlook and style, we caught up with Aurélie Picaud who has been leading the watch division for the house …

The Modern Legend: The Record Breaking Bulgari Octo Finissimo Has Already Disrupted The Industry 8 Times In Less Than 10 Years

By Nirja Dutt

It is not often that an icon is born in the same century as you, but the Bulgari Octo Finissimo is the exception to the rule, created only in 2014 it already has eight records in the …

Turns Out India Has Always Been A Connoisseur Of Watches: A Throwback To A Luxurious Yesteryear

By Nirja Dutt

From custom commissions to rare finds, the Indian diaspora had taken to watches way before one can remember, especially the nobility who was notoriously known to ask for the unthinkable and actually get it.

Dreaming in diamonds …

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