Timeless Gallery: The New Watch Shop On The Block

Yesterday, I had the chance to meet with Seth Larrabure, former Christie's North American Head of Watches and the founder of Timeless Gallery. His brand new boutique specializes in high-end vintage and contemporary timepieces as well as other luxury goods. Whether you're on the hunt for that perfect 6239 Newman, Patek 5035 annual calendar, or killer yellow gold 1803, he's apt to have it.  While I was there, Seth pulled out a few "special" wristwatches from some of my favorite brands. Let's take a look....

A Steel 1940's Rolex Chronograph Model 3525.

A Rolex Daytona Reference 6263 ($36,000).

A Really Cool Rolex GMT Master "Pointed Crown Guard" Featuring A Nicely-Faded Pepsi Bezel And A Gilt Dial ($11,200).

A Rolex Paul Newman Daytona Reference 6239 ($125,000).

A Rare Rolex Paul Newman Daytona 6239 Paired With A Non-Paul Newman Dial Daytona. 

A Classic Rolex 5513 Alongside A Rugged, But Well-Kept Tudor Submariner.

A Shot On The Wrist Of A Rolex 5513 Submariner.

A Lovely Rolex Datejust 1601 With An Amazing Bright Blue Dial.

A Traditional Matte Dial 1680.

Crystal Comparison: A Rolex "Transitional" Submariner Reference 16800 With An Early Sapphire Crystal VS A Reference 1680 With An Original Domed Acrylic Crystal. 

A Slim Rolex chronograph, Valijoux Caliber 23 ($!9,000).

A Rolex GMT Master Reference 16758 On A Jubilee Bracelet With Hidden Clasp ($16,500).

CHOCOLATE DIAL ALERT: I've Just Never Seen A More Chocolatey Dial In My Life Than On This Cool Rolex 1016 Explorer. 

The Perfect Trio: Two Speedy's And A De Ville 861 Chronograph.

For further information regarding Timeless Gallery and Seth's current inventory of vintage watches (and there's a lot more), please visit www.timelessgallery.com or visit the Gallery at 112 Mason Street in Greenwich, CT.