New social media concept
Perhaps you've already noticed it on our Instagram page. The past two weeks, we've made the transition to a new concept. Next Monday, the 24th of June, we'll continue the line on a few other channels. There too, some things will change. You can see the entire concept evolve on Instagram. The background is now a landscape without end, ever evolving. Each month, we'll...Read more
A little Easter break
From Easter Sunday until next Thursday, we're taking a short break. The shop will be open again on Friday thye 26th of April. In pursuit of the Easter Bunny? All the way to Easter Island? Who knows...Read more
Recently we read that Switzerland and France have submitted a joint application in order to add their watches to the UNESCO world heritage list. It's more about a general recognition of techniques taught in the Jura area than, for example, a specific watch model or particular mechanics. The decision will be made in November 2020. We look forward to hearing...Read more
On March 31, the Basel III regulation takes effect. It's got nothing to do with Baselworld, which will actually happen soon, from March 21 to 26. In or blog message from February 9, we mentioned it. So, Basel III. We'll briefly sum it up, with a few personal comments. It's all about a rule that seeks to regulate banks' solvency, or sanity if you will. Every...Read more
In which gold bars to invest?
From time to time, we're asked which 'denominations' are advisable when you want to invest in gold. At any rate, you have to consider the fact that a 1 kilo bar (or larger) is most advantageous. This has much to do with production costs. Per bar, they're roughly the same. So if you buy a kilo and do that in one single piece, or in two 500 gram pieces, this already makes a...Read more