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Delve into the history of dial design and the elements that make up some of the most famous watch faces of our time. In this part: gilt dials.
A skeletal essentials-only guide to the Tudor chronographs that were produced from the 1970s to 1990s, in mostly incomplete sentences.
Over the past couple of years we have discussed the Tudor chronographs in some detail. As a quick recap we can break the watches down into series – the first being released in 1970 and the different series running into the 2000s.
Revolution goes in search of the Tudor Oysters that were tested to their limits during a perilous expedition to Greenland in the 1950s.
Ross Povey, our Rolex and Tudor Editor-At-Large, spent the past weekend amongst friends old and new celebrating all things Rolex and Tudor (and a few other cool brands). The focus was issued watches – military pieces, professional tool watches and commemorative timepieces. Welcome to Issued 3…