For sophisticated royal women of the 17th-century, looking fabulous was much more important than “being on time” (a concept that hadn’t been invented yet). Jeweled wristwatches were first invented for women who preferred not to tote around manly pocket watches. The more elaborate and elegant they were, the better. Thankfully, it’s a timepiece trend that hasn’t changed much in 500 years.
Not only is the Tuscany Swiss Ladies Watch a beautiful nod to the Golden Age of ornamental timepieces, it’s also one of the hottest luxury styles of the moment. But unlike the exquisite clocks and watches of the Borgias and the Medicis (which were basically worthless as timekeepers), the Tuscany is as precise as it is pristine. Thanks to its impeccable Swiss heritage, the Tuscany is much more than just a pretty face... it’s a working work of art!