Proud to host a bevy of high-end and exclusive treasures, CH Premier Jewelers has built their reputation on exclusivity and excellence. Years of dedicated service and fault-free status keep a loyal client base, as does the variety of swank timepieces they carry. CH Premier offers clients exclusive pieces from the most celebrated luxury watch brands including Patek Philippe, Piaget, Roger Dubuis, Breguet, Omega, Hublot and Franck Muller. With that, CH Premier President Stephen Lee sat down with us to talk about the must-buy watches for 2012.
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Harry Winston is a name synonymous with quality and prestige, and serves as a symbol of world-class stature. The brand’s timepieces are expertly crafted in Geneva, a city regarded as the fine watchmaking capital of the world. The Midnight edition timepiece in rose gold, available in 32 and 39 mm diameters, features brilliantcut diamonds and quartz movement. Harry Midnight is an extraordinary watch that reaches the epitome of elegance, sophistication and femininity.
Panerai: Radiomir Oro Rosa PAM 336
Panerai’s Radiomir Oro Rosa watch may fall in line with the rose gold trend, except it does anything but blend in. The 42 mm case in deep, chocolate brown is complimented by the gleaming pink gold hue. In addition to the standard beauty and aesthetic that each Panerai piece possesses, this particular piece stands out from the rest. A thinner, smaller version of the classic Radiomir model, the PAM 336 is unique in its weight and size. The dressy piece is bound with a brown alligator leather strap that is secured in a rose gold buckle.
Patek Philippe: 7071R
The 7071R “Ladies First Chronograph” by Patek Philippe is the first chronograph model for women. Specially designed to compliment the delicate wrist of a lady, the piece features the same caliber of the previous chronograph models. A rose gold casing satisfies style-savvy clients, and ladies can choose a shiny silver opaline dial or a sleek black one. The feminine feel is reinforced with 116 diamonds bordering the chic face. Patek’s new piece adds a touch of glamour and ladylike refinement to the brand’s already glowing name.
OMEGA: Seamaster Planet Ocean
While OMEGA’s Seamaster Planet Ocean collection has been renowned the world over, the newest addition to the intricate family is taking center stage. In bold titanium, the new Planet Ocean is stunning, with a ceramic bezel and LiquidMetal hour markers. Aside from the show-stopping aesthetics, the timepiece embodies luxury in its 600-meter-proof water resistance, helium escape valve at 10 o’clock and co-axial caliber 8500.
A recent model, Breguet’s 7057BR is a sharp, eyecatching piece featuring hand-wound mechanical movement in a 40 mm diameter on a rose gold plate. It boasts a sleek black dial in 18-carat gold and a sapphire caseback. Power-reserve indication is engraved on the front and the back of the movement. Available in white gold and rose gold, the latter has proven to be the chicest and most distinctive of the two. Only Breguet can achieve this bold look with such fearless conviction.
Jaeger-LeCoultre: Reverso GMT
Celebrating some 80 years as what may very well be the most famous of the Jaeger-LeCoultre timepieces, the Reverso continues to reign supreme amongst its peers. Fittingly, it was actually donned by members of reigning royalty who saw the appeal in this special watch, such as King Edward VIII in 1937. But flash forward and the Reverso Grande GMT, in its current incarnation, maintains the prominent features that have allowed it to hold continued fame through the decades: it’s reversible, and the case can be adjusted so that the wearer can expose either side. Not to mention the dual time zone GMT feature that watch aficionados have grown to appreciate so—especially those haute members of the globetrotting set. The Reverso GMT is available with a manual winding mechanical movement and in both stainless steel or solid golds.