Nothing before, or since has equaled the mass expatriation of the 1920's. And, Paris was the place to be. Its allure was great in spite of the fact that the world was trying to recover from the aftermath of war.
Along with the intellectuals and wealthy élite, free-thinking and unconventional artists and writers like Hemingway, Stein, Fitzgerald and Cassatt flocked to Paris. When they returned to America they brought back new knowledge and incredible talent”” an intellectual and creative capital we still enjoy to this day.
While our travels to seek out and bring back inspiration for our customers isn't as dramatic, we think you'll appreciate the result.
The Ladies Musée Watch is a striking representation of the striking iconic European watch styles that managed to emerge from the chaos of the World War 1. Managing to look bold yet elegant at the same time, the Musée is the very portrait of the Parisian penchant for unconventional yet undeniably beautiful style.
A mother of pearl face glows beneath the crystal and the combination of red leather and a gleaming gold finished bezel encrusted with sparkling crystals is a vintage classic look, that is always one of the hottest trends in watches.
Today, vintage models of this watch style cost as much as a new car. According to Monochrome Watches, a leading watch industry publication, vintage editions of this these rectangular-faced timepieces are seen as a smart investment, easily commanding in excess of $33,000. We'd rather you have the new car and a luxurious timepiece to boot.