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Rolex Gears Up for the Equestrian Event of the Season in Kentucky

One of Rolex’s longstanding areas of sponsorship is in the world of high-end equestrian events, and on April 27th they will once again present the world-class Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event in Lexington. The competition is the United States Equestrian Foundation’s (USEF) National Championship as well as the country’s only Four Star event and attracts the world’s best horse-and-rider combinations.

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Noteworthy Newcomer: Ulysse Nardin’s $9,600 Vintage-Inspired Diver “Le Locle”

Beginning in 1846, the year it was established in Le Locle, Switzerland, Ulysse Nardin supplied marine and pocket chronometers to naval officers and merchant captains who prized their accuracy and aesthetics, and its anchor trademark became justly famous. Nearly 120 years later the brand had expanded into handsome diving watches as well.

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Bob’s Spotlight: The Everose Rolex Sky-Dweller Ref. 326135

The Rolex Sky-Dweller is the brand’s newest collection, having made its debut in 2012. It is also one of the most expensive current models from Rolex. Up until very recently—Baselworld 2017 to be exact—the Rolex Sky-Dweller was exclusively available in 18k gold. As of this year, it is now available in a two-tone Rolesor yellow gold and steel model. However, today we take a look at one of the gold and leather Sky-Dweller models: the Everose ref. 326135.

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The Other Ceramic Rolex Daytona: The Ref. 116515LN

The Daytona ref. 116515LN made its debut at Baselworld 2011 and has been a popular model among the more expensive Daytona options. And that’s no surprise. Its 40mm Oyster case in 18k rose gold pairs impeccably well with the black ceramic bezel. A quick note on the gold and ceramic materials; these are not standard “off-the-shelf” varieties, but rather, Rolex-enhanced ones.

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What’s in a Name? The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust

I asked someone the other day which Rolex model she had on her wrist. I knew perfectly well which model it was, but I was in the mood for some watch banter, so I asked anyways. To which she proudly replied, “A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust.” “Oh,” I said, “A Datejust, that’s a great model.” She quickly corrected me and repeated with extra emphasis, “No, no, it’s a Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust.

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Three Kings: Vintage Men’s Gold Watches

If there’s one type of timepiece that Rolex does best, it’s their men’s gold watches. Not only is the gold Rolex is a universal symbol of success and prestige, often times it’s as good as cash too! While there are plenty of gold models within Rolex’s catalog, here are some vintage beauties that currently have our attention.

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Lamborghini Life with the Classic Rolex Daytona 6263 “Big Red”

Prices for Paul Newman Daytonas, as we’ve discussed numerous times, have gotten so stratospheric that they’re beyond the reach of a lot of collectors. They are, of course, also quite rare. There are however a number of highly desirable Daytona models, often with the same reference number, that differ from the Newmans only in the “exotic” details, the most important being the Art Deco style sub-dial numerals.

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How to Tell if a Rolex is Real: The Anatomy Of Authentic Rolex Watches

When shopping pre-owned, it’s important to keep a few things in mind to ensure you’re buying authentic Rolex watches. While that will never be a concern when buying from Bob’s,  it’s still useful to arm yourself with some knowledge. So we’ve compiled a quick rundown of the anatomy of authentic Rolex watches with some basic guidelines to keep in mind.

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Living Large: The Appeal of Datejust II Watches

The Datejust II made its debut less than ten years ago at Baselworld 2009. As the larger, more masculine version of the traditional Datejust, it was a popular model indeed. Although the Datejust is a classic, many Rolex fans were looking for a bigger model to fit into current trends for larger watches. And the Datejust II did just that.

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Winston Churchill’s 1946 Lemania Chronograph to be Sold by Sotheby’s in London

A yellow gold Lemania chronograph made c.1946 and owned by the great Winston Churchill will be offered for sale by Sotheby’s in London on April 25 during the auction house’s Watches sale. Of course with all things Churchill-related, the watch has an interesting history. In 1946 the great statesman delivered two significant historical speeches, one of which was at the University of Zurich.

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