Bell & Ross watches are rapidly becoming one of the most sought after and stylish luxury watches on the market and their Vintage WW1 watches are exactly the sort of timepiece which makes the Bell & Ross brand tick.
For any vintage style watch aficionado, it is difficult to look beyond Bell and Ross WW1 watches – with their immensely sophisticated and understated design and considerable luxury.
So far as luxury watches are concerned, Bell & Ross are relative newcomers to the scene, having only been established in 1992. Don’t let their perceived infancy fool you, however, Bell & Ross watches are widely recognised as one of the finest makers of luxury watches in the world – to rival the likes of Breitling, Baume et Mercier and TAG Heuer.
Vintage, classical style watches are enjoying considerable popularity at present, no doubt due to the prevalence of shows such as Mad Men, and the Vintage collection of Bell and Ross timepieces are proving more popular than most – such as the stunning luxury watches below:
Needless to say, there is a distinct military flavour to Bell & Ross WW1 watches and this is something that sets them apart from many of the other luxury watch brands on the market. Despite the considerable appeal of Bell and Ross Vintage watches, it is important to realise that there are many strings to their watchmaking bow and their other collections are equally as impressive and luxurious. Take a look at a few of the most popular Bell & Ross watches below:
As you can see, the luxury watches above are quite the departure from their Vintage collection of timepieces. You can typically from about £1500 through to over £5000 depending on the collection in question. Few luxury watchmakers create timepieces which are as diverse and striking as those on offer from Bell & Ross and it is of little surprise that excitement invariably reaches fever pitch amongst fans of high-end timepieces whenever the French / Swiss watchmakers announce a new collection or luxury watch that is set to hit the market.
All images used courtesy of www.thewatchgallery.co.uk.