Over the big bling bling diamond watches that shimmer more than the night lights? Early 2000's were covered in custom big diamond bezels, dials, cases, and bands. Diamonds for days on the Rolex, Breitling, Jacobs, and basically any part of a watch you could cover with diamonds was set. I remember my 6inch wrist wearing a Cartier Roadster Chronograph fully iced out. Ah how I laugh as I look at my super clean wrist now with my Stainless Steel PATEK PHILIPPE 5712.
Less is More
I guess the 'sless is more's statement is true. Even though the market is moving to a sleeker look there is still a market for the diamond watches. We have been buying up all the diamond watches that come through our site. The sellers plus side of this down market is the value in the diamonds. These diamonds are useful sizes in the jewelry industry. Even bringing the watch back to factory as much as possible you can acquire a nice parcel of usually high quality stones. The watch world is always changing that is way we encourage the purchase of brand that have higher resale values so the sale or trade is beneficial to both the buyer and seller.← Back to the Blog