The Highly Underrated Brilliance of Two-Tone Watches
Most of us immediately think of stainless steel, when we think about the most popular material for mechanical watches. Another idea however would (logically) be a precious metal like gold or platinum. And in today’s watch world, titanium and ceramic also have their place. But what about a combination of materials? Does that pop into your head when you think about watches? The combination of gold and steel is well-known, and has been around for decades. Two-tone, or “bicolor” watches (as they are also known), have a certain style that most people associate with the 1970s and 80s. But is that really true? Let’s find out more about two-tone watches.
Shades of Value: The Impact of Watch Dial Colors on Prices
While it might appear trivial, the shade of a watch’s dial has a surprising impact on its perceived value. In this exploration, we delve into the enchanting interplay between colors and economics, revealing intriguing insights and unexpected correlations.