Watches have evolved from portable spring-driven clocks, which first appeared in 15th-century Europe. Watches were not widely worn in pockets until the 17th century. One account suggests that the word “watch” came from the Old English word woecce – which meant “watchman” – because town watchmen used the technology to keep track of their shifts at work. Another says that the term came from 17th-century sailors, who used the new mechanisms to time the length of their shipboard watches (duty shifts).
Classic watches are timepieces that remain unaged in style and that stands the test of time. These timepieces are all about the look & feel of elegance and satisfaction that graces your wrist with attention working well with your sartorial attire. It is essential that at some point in your life, you need to own a classic timepiece for those more demure moments. Some do collect them for passion and a few as an investment. Every classic timepiece has its own story to tell.