Hands-On The Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6119
The arrival of the next-generation Calatrava.
Originally published by KYOSUKE SATO on HODINKEE, January 5th 2022
What was the biggest news of the year in the world of Patek Philippe? For many, I think the discontinuation of the Nautilus 5711 will take
Reference Points: Understanding The Entire Lineage Of Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronographs
Perpetual calendar chronographs by Patek Philippe present arguably the most important combination of complications in 20th-century horology. We're taking you all the way back to the beginning.
Originally published by Ben Clymer on HODINKEE, March
In-Depth: Why You Should Care About The Patek Philippe Reference 3970
It has the DNA of a thoroughbred, but never seemed to get out of the gate on time. Should that change?
Originally published by Cara Barrett on HODINKEE, May 3rd 2018
I don't remember the first time
In-Depth: The Unique Timepieces Made By Patek Philippe For Charity
From Collectability, a look at how the legendary company gives back.
Originally published by John Reardon on HODINKEE, April 15th 2020
John Reardon is a well-known expert on Patek Philippe and a HODINKEE contributor. A former international director
Historical Perspectives: Ten Out Of Production Watches That Offer A Ton Of Bang For The Buck
These watches deserve to be more expensive than they are.
Originally published by Ben Clymer on HODINKEE, November 20th, 2014
Last year I put together a list of 10 vintage watches that
First, it should be said that watches should not be thought of as an investment. You should buy what you love; however, no one is ever disappointed if their timepiece is retaining its value. Spending a good amount of money on a luxury item can
Six Dress Watches To Carry You Into The Winter Months
End the year in style.
Originally published on HODINKEE, October 28th 2021
It's been far too long, but it's looking like – maybe – we'll get to have a somewhat ordinary holiday season this year. People will be traveling to
The short and somewhat obvious answer as to why some watches are more expensive pre-owned is because of supply and demand. Not enough of a particular watch in a market coupled with a strong demand will always lead to higher prices. For a better answer,
So, you have done it. You have decided to bite the bullet and buy your first luxury watch. For some this will be a one-off experience to celebrate a milestone in life. For others this will be the beginning of a long and exciting journey
Headed back to the office? It's time to impress your colleagues with a new watch. And what better way to do that than solid gold? Here, we've gathered a few of our top picks for solid gold watches at Crown & Caliber – check out