Girard-Perregaux is a brand that has not really been on our radar much of late, which is a bit of a shame as generally speaking GP makes really nice watches. The latest example of this comes in the form of the newly announced 1966 Skeleton, which as the name suggests boasts a completely skeletonized movement. The company is celebrating its 250th anniversary this year so expect more big things to come.
Only Roland Iten could take a 60.66-carat diamond and put it in a man’s belt buckle. Meet the one-of-a-kind R60 Diablo.
It’s all about simplicity this week with this gorgeous, yellow gold Vacheron Constantin Ref 4536 timepiece dating back to 1950.
It’s an eclectic mix of links this week on the week in review, with hopefully something for just about everyone, so let’s dive right in.