Author: Ross Povey

All Shapes and Sizes – New Watch Trends

There was a time, in the not-too-distant past when wearing a rectangular or square watch was seen as bit daring and a curved rectangular watch-clad wrist was only seen once in a blue moon. Now watches such as the Cartier Tank Cintree or Patek Ellipse…


Sparkling Sports – The Gem-Set Rolex Daytona

Rolex using diamonds to adorn its watches was a custom that began in the 1950s on certain Oyster watches. Interestingly, whilst we normally associate gem setting with precious metals watches, in that era the Day-Date, it was also possible to have a subtle few diamonds…


Merry Wristmas 2020 from Bulang and Sons

The holiday season is all about traditions and we have one here at Bulang and Sons that we’ve enjoyed for a while now. Our Merry Wristmas is an opportunity for the team and some of our friends to share the watch that will be enjoyed…


A Cartier Hollywood Love Story

Today we share with you guys a pair of very special Cartier Tank watches that belonged to one of Hollywood’s golden ladies… There is nothing more special than a watch with a story, especially a watch by a brand such as Cartier. We have been…


Review – The Rolex Oyster Perpetual’s Stella Moment

There are few things more exciting for the watch collecting community than a Rolex launch. The speculation builds over the preceding weeks and months whilst forums and social media communities share best-guesses and if-only-they-woulds.  This month was no different, with unconfirmed reports of an impending…


The Thunderball Tudor Submariner 7928

Every so often an incredible story accompanies an incredible watch. Today we want to share with you guys a Tudor that was owned by the gentleman who built Disco Volante, the boat that appeared in the film Thunderball in 1965. The watch in question is…