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CORDER’S COLUMN: Is the Rolex boom a bubble?

Could profit taking and panic cause prices to crash? Not a chance, argues WATCHPRO editor Rob Corder.

Watches of Knightsbridge launches specialist site trading Rolex watches

OYSTERBAR is designed to educate younger watch enthusiasts and help them buy collectible vintage pieces.

How to buy, sell and collect James Bond watches from Omega...

Pre-owned watch specialist Watchfinder walks us through the classic timepieces seen on the wrist of 007 back to 1954.

Christie’s auctions first Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept “Black Panther” Flying...

Christie's has given the watch an estimate of $380,000 to $650,000, a potential 400% profit for whoever is consigning the piece.

Rolex is a mere pretender to the Patek Philippe crown at...

Nine out of the top ten prices paid at auction so far this year have been for Patek Philippe watches.

Rolex and other high-end brands see luxury watch resale market reach...

In partnership with Vogue Business, eBay has released an all-new Luxury Trend Report showcasing a snapshot of luxury trends in the states.

Patek Philippe accounts for nine of the top 10 watches sold...

Luxury watch sales at auction rise by 49% for the first half of 2021 compares to the same period in pre-pandemic 2019.

IN DEPTH: How watchmakers keep Formula 1 ticking over

Over the past five years, the Swiss watchmaking industry is estimated to have spent over half a billion dollars supporting Formula 1; probably the most lucrative partnership in sport. Its intoxicating mix of drama, precision engineering, split second timing, passion and a massive global television audiences make it an irresistible promotional platform, as Caroline Reid discovers.

Ultimate guide to buying, selling and collecting the Rolex Oyster Perpetual

You simply cannot lose money of you are able to buy a Rolex Oyster Perpetual at an authorised dealer's retail price. 

Bucherer opens world’s first side-by-side Rolex and Tudor boutiques

Manhattan stores occupy retail space of 4,000 square feet. They have their own entrances, but are connected within the showroom.