Femme a la Montre (Woman with a Watch) is the second highest price ever achieved for the Spanish artist.
Indeed, we cannot emphasize enough the need to condemn counterfeit watches and child labor.
You have given me an idea, perhaps I'll write an article on horological archaeology, thanks! 🍻
In essence, a watch serves as more than just a timekeeping device. It can be a reflection of the wearer's identity, values, experiences, and even aspirations. It tells a story through its design, history, and the personal choices of the person who wears it, all without the need for guesswork or speculation.
Well, every watch tells a story without having to speculate. It has no inscription what so ever, so there's no clue, no sand, nada. But, its story begins with how I bought it 😎
Perhaps this article on the subject is interesting too 🍻
Primarily to read the time. I don't care what the watch is worth or how it looks for another person, I really don't. I have to like it, that's the main point. Maybe I tend to look for a watch that matches my outfit and/or activities, but that is it.
Yes, I have excel sheets for my watches where I also keep all the data like caliber, measurement, battery etc. and very important "where it's at?" 😉