Harry Winston Watches

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Harry Winston Watches Harry Winston is one of the biggest and most well known jewelry companies in the world. It wasn't until 1989 that the brand introduced its first collection of watches. In 1994 Ronald Winston creates the Galatea watch, a unique watch made of solid rhodium. That year also brings the invention of the Biretrograde Perpetual Calendar. Patek Philippe The Patek Philippe company stands for quality and reliability. As an illustration, each single automatic movement manufactured by the company is put through approximately 600 hours of quality control. The assembled watches are then taken through severe testing and observation for 15 days to one month (depending on the type of movement) before they are deemed ready for the customer. Perhaps due to this concentrated attention on each watch, only 30,000 watches are produced annually, in small series ranging from a few to several hundred. The Luxury Watch of a Lifetime Whether you’re looking for an appropriate gift to mark a retirement, anniversary, graduation, or simply to recognize a personal milestone, the gift of a bespoke timepiece is more than just another present. It’s an instant heirloom, meant to be passed down to the next generation as a mark of its owner’s good taste and sophistication, to be worn and treasured day after day, year after year. Finest Watches carries the brands many only can dream of owning.

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Harry Winston Watches
Harry Winston is one of the biggest and most well known jewelry companies in the world.
It wasn't until 1989 that the brand introduced its first collection of watches. In 1994 Ronald
Winston creates the Galatea watch, a unique watch made of solid rhodium. That year also
brings the invention of the Biretrograde Perpetual Calendar.
Patek Philippe
The Patek Philippe company stands for quality and reliability. As an illustration,
each single automatic movement manufactured by the company is put through
approximately 600 hours of quality control. The assembled watches are then
taken through severe testing and observation for 15 days to one month
(depending on the type of movement) before they are deemed ready for the
customer. Perhaps due to this concentrated attention on each watch, only
30,000 watches are produced annually, in small series ranging from a few to
several hundred.
The Luxury Watch of a Lifetime
Whether you’re looking for an appropriate gift to mark a retirement, anniversary,
graduation, or simply to recognize a personal milestone, the gift of a bespoke timepiece is
more than just another present. It’s an instant heirloom, meant to be passed down to the
next generation as a mark of its owner’s good taste and sophistication, to be worn and
treasured day after day, year after year.
Finest Watches carries the brands many only can dream of owning. Both our mechanical
movement and quartz timepieces are still made by the old world, European craftsmen that
made their names famous among collectors and enthusiasts worldwide. We’re proud to
offer our carefully curated selection now online for valued customers from New York to Los
Angeles. No matter where you are, take your time in examining their unique qualities and
benefits. After all, that’s what this significant investment is all about.
Of course, Finest Watches carries the best of Rolex, from its sporty Submariner to its
definitive President and classic Datejust. But do consider a Royal Oak of Audemars Piguet, the choice of many political leaders and celebrities worldwide. The Cartier Ballon Bleue is a
favorite of her Royal Highness Kate Middleton, while Wimbledon reminds us of Richard
Mille and his longtime association with tennis superstar Rafael Nadal. From sleek Panerai
watches to the stylish Hublot, the sophisticated Breguet to the elegant Patek Philippe,
Finest Watches has a more extensive collection of watches than even those at the most
famous jewelers of Manhattan or Beverly Hills. Savor the opportunity to own the best there
is...with a luxury timepiece from Finest Watches.
Brands
Audemars Piguet
Audemars Piguet began in 1875 when Jules Audemars, then 23, and
Edward-August Piguet, 21, met in the Valle de Jous looking for jobs in
the local watchmaking industry. Audemars was the watchmaker in
charge of production, and Piguet took charge of sales and marketing.
Successful from the beginning, the Audemars Piguet trademark was
registered in 1882, and the firm was officially founded later in 1889.
Today, Audemars Piguet is the oldest Manufacture still owned and operated by its founding
families.
Ulysse Nardin
Ulysse Nardin was founded in 1846 and, over the next 150 years, the
watchmakers had received 18 gold medals and more than 4,000
other awards for their technology and craftsmanship. The company is
noted for maintaining close relationships with the top scientists and
inventors throughout its history, thus assuring excellence and
stateof-the art creations.
Special Features

This company's major claim to fame is the production of highly complicated watches and
chronometers that are technical masterpieces of innovation and precision. Among the
company's special features.
Girard-Perregaux
One of the oldest watch companies in the world, Girard-Perregaux dates
back to 1791 via its predecessor J. F. Bautte. A series of mergers and
acquisitions resulted in the Girard-Perregaux of modern times, but the
quality, innovation, and style born centuries ago remain as the guiding
forces for the company today.
Hublot
Hublot's creator, Carlo Crocco, grew up in an Italian family of watchmakers.
He had designed his first watch by 1967. In 1980 he followed in his families
footsteps and set up his own company, MDM Geneva. That same year he
created the first Hublot watch, it featured a gold porthole shaped watch case
and incorporated both polished and brushed metal on a black rubber
bracelet. This was the first watch in the history of watchmaking to have a natural black
rubber bracelet.
IWC
The International Watch Company (IWC) is a Swiss company, founded
by an American. Florentine Jones made the decision in the 1860s to
establish a manufactory in Switzerland. In so doing, he was able to
take advantage of the Swiss watchmaking expertise and lower wages
of the workers. Jones was not well-funded, however, and he
eventually had to give up control of the company. Over the years, the
company changed ownership many times and experienced a veritable
roller-coaster of success and failures. Today, however, the IWC is a
strong participant on the world stage of luxury timepieces.

Jaeger-LeCoultre
The Jaeger-LeCoultre company was born in the Swiss Jura
Mountains in 1833. Since their inception, they have maintained a
steady presence among the world's leading manufacturers of
elegant timepieces. Today, the company boasts an impressive
collection of watches ranging in a variety of styles serving the luxury
market.


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