November Style: Watches

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Rings, bracelets and necklaces may come and go, but the right watch makes a timeless style statement.

The platinum Panerai Radiomir is a tribute to a timepiece the company made in the 1930s for the Italian Navy. $48,000, palladiocanada.com

Vacheron Constantin’s Historiques American 1921 in 18k rose gold boasts the very rare “Hallmark of Geneva” status. $34,900, palladiocanada.com

The classic Birks mother-of-pearl women’s chronograph gets a lift from a ring of pavé diamonds around the face. $2,895, birks.com

Stars on the face and diamonds around the dial make Omega’s Ladies Constellation resemble a night to remember. $5,100, omegawatches.com

Vacheron Constantin Historiques Aronde 1954 is an homage to the Swiss watchmaker’s original post-war design. $31,200, palladiocanada.com

Originally designed for polo players, the face of this diamond-studded Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Squadra Lady flips over to protect the crystal from impact damage, $8,800 from Palladio. palladiocanada.com

The dial on the Phantom watch by French manufacturer Bell & Ross is inspired by cockpit instruments. $4,070, holtrenfrew.com

The Silver Fox is the latest oversized sports design from Vancouver-based Momentum Watch. $235, momentumwatch.com



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