In the world of complicated watches, the GyroGraff collection by Graff has created its niche. While this is in part to its complicated movement, it is also because they often feature intricate dials and the most stunning gemstone settings. These ingredients also play the main part in the latest creations within this collection, dedicated to endangered species. Continue reading Graff MasterGraff GyroGraff Endangered Species
The Graff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton Automatic is such a watch that tantalizes the sense with its unique case, and movement! The outer ring of the case is made out of titanium which is given a DLC-coating, making it black. Combined with 18K rose gold, you get a beautiful contrast which Graff also utilizes within the movement. Continue reading Graff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton Automatic
In the world of watches, Graff is a nonconformist. It walks to its own beat, like a distinguished nobleman, and as a result, creates watches that are instantly recognizable. It also gives their watches something mystique, as they cater to the top of the market. As there is no such thing as an “entry-level” Graff watch, they all represent the nec plus ultra, of which this MasterGraff GyroGraff World is an excellent example.
The introduction of the Graffstar Slim Eclipse took the watch world by surprise when it was launched in 2015. Presented in a titanium black DLC case with more otherwise characteristic Graff features, “total black”, “total luxury” and “total understated sophistication” were the words most often used to describe the timepiece. Slim and lightweight and fabulously Graff, it was designed to accompany casual wear, a tuxedo, and anything in between. Since then, in a very short time, it has become a renowned reference within the Graff timepiece collections.