Give Mum your time on Mother’s Day
Find a timeless gift for the most special woman of all this Mother’s Day. Browse our selection of watches that capture a moment in time and can be treasured for generations to come.
Based on a popular model first released in the early 1980’s, the new Panthère watches pay homage to the original look with it’s iconic square case, screw-down bezel and chain link bracelet. The collection ranges from a small, fully-stainless steel version, to bi-colour steel and yellow gold up to a medium white gold and diamond set watch for that high jewellery piece. When buying as a gift, bear in mind the jewellery material or colour she normally wears and match the watch accordingly. With steel, yellow gold, rose gold and diamonds you have plenty of options available.
“At once a watch and jewel, the Panthère de Cartier timepiece is one of the most distinctive Cartier designs. Born in the 80’s and more contemporary than ever, it is a true style icon for women who wish never to go unnoticed.”
Strong and feminine in looks, the smaller sizing makes the Panthère the perfect jewellery accessory and can be worn alone or stacked with bangles.
Our in-house brand Carl F. Bucherer continues to showcase watchmaking skills, technical innovations and continuity; the core values of the Bucherer family. The Adamavi range is a collection that stands for the pleasure provided by timeless design and for a unique philosophy: striving to preserve things of proven value. The very name Adamavi stands for a feeling that these watches trigger in the wearer, translated from the Latin, Adamavi literally means “to come to love something” or “to take pleasue in something”. All the models in the range are characterised by timeless simplicity and mechanical reliability, they are more than just timepieces. Adamavi watches are true companions whose visual appeal will outlast the short-lived trends of present time, conferring an aura of reliability and continuity upon their owners.
On that elegant note, it is without fail that an Adamavi watch would be entirely appropriated for any beloved mum.
Omega president and CEO, Raynald Aeschlimann says “The Constellation has always been admired by women all around the world. No matter the country, it has appealed to ladies of all backgrounds and styles”.
There are more than 100 new models available in 25mm, 28mm and 29mm sizes. The Constellation timepieces were first launched in 1952, with the modern version of the Constellation introduced in 1982. The Constellation pieces have bevelled edges for a more refined look, slender bezels, either set with diamonds or in a Roman numeral design, crown teeth in a half-moon shape and the Constellation “claws” which fit more snugly to the case. The caseback for the 29mm model has a slim design achieved by the use of donned sapphire crystal, which absorbs the thickness of the automatic movement.
The dials are available in seven colours; crystal silvery, silk-embossed silvery, sun-brushed gold champagne, silk-embossed gold champagne, sun-brushed dark grey, sun-brushed chestnut brown and sun-brushed blue. The hands have also been updated in the shape of skeletonised leaf.
The watches are available in Omega’s proprietary 18ct Sedna gold, 18ct yellow gold, stainless steel, and two-tone models with either stainless steel and Sedna gold or stainless steel and 18ct gold. The 24mm and 28mm models are powered by Omega calibre 4061 quartz movements, and the 29mm model uses the Omega Master Chronometer Caliber 8700/8701.
For some, you can never wear too much jewellery. And, generally speaking, if the mere notion of minimalism is alien, then the only thing left to do is add more. And this Piaget certainly isn’t a timepiece for someone who likes to keep things pared back. The case and strap may be relatively sedate, but glittering on the dial in place of numerals are 11 brilliant-cut diamonds. As any jewellery junkie worth her tennis bracelet knows, brilliants deliver the most sparkle. So it will stand up to whatever else they decide to layer it with.
Symbolic of a world in constant motion where everything and anything is possible, the iconic turning rings of Possession are re-imagined in an alluring collection of women’s watches in signature pairings of gold and diamonds, and new sleek variations in steel. Customised with colourful interchangeable straps or playfully stacked with matching gold Possession bangles, Possession opens up a realm of endless possibilities.
As the first ever jewellery creation of its kind, Possession triggered a style revolution by pairing a turning ring with a second rotating ring, creating a playful and sensory experience. The style revolution continues with the latest expressions of Possession watches in captivating gold and diamonds or striking steel. A rotating pink gold bezel set with generous diamonds turns around a red gold band, the constant movement of the ring around the dial reminding today’s modern woman to never stop in her quest to make the world her very own. The silvery dial of the watch is enhanced with diamond dots indicating the hours, while a vibrant lapis blue alligator strap creates a bold contrast. An unapologetically dazzling style statement, a bezel paved with diamonds turns around a ring set with a single line of diamonds gives a white gold watch its luminous intensity. Every gold variation of Possession comes with a choice of two straps so that she can adapt the watch to match her mood or look. In sleek steel, the iconic design reveals its most youthful and minimalist side, providing her with that irresistible invitation to caress the polished surface of its turning rings. A single diamond on the bezel dances circles around the dial as it catches the light.