The Monarque Diver With Vaucher Movement

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The Monarque Diver With Vaucher Movement

Post by koimaster » February 2nd 2020, 6:52pm

despite the passage of time, the iconic Art Deco design sensibilities of the 1930s and the evolutionary styles of the 1950s and 1960s remain favorites among watch enthusiasts. Few enthusiasts understand this better than longtime Singaporean watch collector Benjamin Chee, whose expertise has guided both the incredible creations of Benjamin Chee Haute Horologerie and the uniquely Chinese artisanship of Maison Celadon. ... fJRqN9UjdA


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Re: The Monarque Diver With Vaucher Movement

Post by bedlam » February 3rd 2020, 12:33am

...and not ridiculously priced
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Re: The Monarque Diver With Vaucher Movement

Post by Budman2k » February 3rd 2020, 6:07am

Beautiful watches! Just curious why they don't carry the "Swiss Made" label?

The brand’s name translates literally to “Vintage Workshop,” and AM is a true workshop in every sense of the word, lovingly handcrafting each timepiece in a family-owned facility in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
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