what's on your wrist today?

Vintage Longines from 1949 for me 

Wishing all a fantastic week end


what's on your wrist today?

Re: what's on your wrist today?
03/04/2016 - 14:39

One of the most comfortable bracelets.



Re: what's on your wrist today?
03/04/2016 - 15:02

Here's my version, a cousin to yours from 1948.

 what's on your wrist today?

love that Omega
03/06/2016 - 15:24

Thanks for sharing the picture. That "sector" dial is very striking and love a sub-seconds. A very elegant balance they struck there. 

Overseas Day Off
03/04/2016 - 15:14

A new wrist band needs breaking in; so my usual go-to-work Overseas got a day off.

Overseas Day Off

Re: Overseas Day Off
03/06/2016 - 04:42

Hi Bill.

This two hand watch is my taste.



Lovely and timeless (in the good way)!
03/06/2016 - 15:23

Looks great. When is the cruise?

June Cruise: Overseas!
03/06/2016 - 18:05

Cruise is in June--off to Scandanavia and the Baltic. My Overseas will get most of the use, and the Patek gets formal dinners with the 1972 Asymmetric.

Sounds like a great plan. The 1972 asymmetric is really a special piece.
03/07/2016 - 02:42

The Patek is great too, and the obvious choice for formal dinner. But that asymmetric is a little surprise that is delightful. 

Re: June Cruise: Overseas!
03/10/2016 - 05:31

Have a nice cruise!

You will go "overseas" as your watch's name suggests.



Yes, the Overseas for Overseas!
03/11/2016 - 15:06


One reason I like the Oversease better than the Royal Oak and Nautilus is the name!cool


Re: what's on your wrist today?
03/04/2016 - 18:47

New to me recently. 

Love the variety! For me it will be
03/04/2016 - 23:36

a pocket watch at the jazz concert tonight; this 1922 Verger Freres V&C in platinum

Love the variety!  For me it will be

Re: Love the variety! For me it will be
03/10/2016 - 05:55


I'm amazed with unusual numbers of your pocket watch.



Thanks, they are "cubiste" style
03/13/2016 - 18:27

in enamel on silvered dial.  It definately has the Verger look.

nice pick up Alex!
03/05/2016 - 10:19

Looks great on your wrist!

I'm late to the party, but wore this yesterday.  It was my father-in-law's.  His mother got it for him at a pawn shop when he needed one for high school. (late 1940s).  The watch itself is from 1936.

It uses a Swiss FHF movement.  

nice pick up Alex!

(The symbol on the dial is a Buddhist symbol for "lucky" and is over a thousand years old.  Conceptually, it is perpetually rotating, collecting luck and good fortune.  The symbol was "reversed" in direction and utilized in the 20th century by a western country...where it took on a totally different meaning and representation)


Fascinating watch, Dan
03/05/2016 - 17:16

reminds me of the "first" carpet in the NYC boutique.  

Fascinating watch, Dan

I knew you would remember that, and the small controversy it caused.
03/06/2016 - 02:29

Without intent, the carpet created discomfort for some after the pattern was recognized.  VC quickly changed the carpet.

Beautiful Longines, Alex!
03/06/2016 - 13:16

I happen to be wearing a vintage Longines as well, albeit steel cased.


Tony C.

Beautiful Longines, Alex!


Re: Beautiful Longines, Alex!
03/06/2016 - 13:57

A real beauty, Tony!

I have always loved the Flagship design(s). Very elegant and reminiscent of the Patrimony line.


Thank you, Joseph
03/06/2016 - 18:49

I agree that these early Flagships were both distinctive and beautifully designed. The only flaw that I can think of is that on the steel cased versions, which I generally prefer, the Flagship image was etched rather lightly into the case backs, and as a result, few have survived in good condition. The gold versions fare better, as the image was created in relief.


Tony C.

Nice photograph!
03/07/2016 - 11:20

Tony--that is a nice photograph of the Flagship. I will have to set up my desktop tent and get to work!

Thanks Bill...
03/07/2016 - 19:49

In my experience, tinkering around with Lightroom (or any good post-processing software) can make the difference between ordinary (or worse) and above average results.


Tony C.