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Introducing the Lucca Collection

Bulang & Sons was born out of Bernhard Bulang’s desire to source the very finest quality watch accessories and since our inception, in 2012, we have worked in partnership with...

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Watch Passion

Bulang Loves – The Rolex Zenith Daytona


The Rolex Daytona is a king amongst all chronographs. Launched in the 1960s, it is a watch that quickly became synonymous with racing and adventure – a watch to time speed! The newly launched stainless steel Daytona at Baselworld 2016 was one of the most...

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The Lucca Collection – Racing Straps


The Lucca Collection – Racing Straps

When you typically think of Italy, the mind conjures up images of beautiful landscapes and the senses imagine delicious food; both very much reminiscent of Italy. Ask any man though and it won’t be long before he mentions cars…and not just any old car but...

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Introducing the Lucca Collection


Bulang & Sons was born out of Bernhard Bulang’s desire to source the very finest quality watch accessories and since our inception, in 2012, we have worked in partnership with Jean Paul. It was clear after Bernhard’s first few visits to Jean Paul’s workshop that they would form...

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The Mysterious Rolex Zerograph Chronograph


We all expected the Rolex Zerograph that was in the ‘Start Stop Reset’ auction at Phillips to do well and we weren’t disappointed by how it performed on the day, realizing almost 390,000 CHF! I picked it as one of my highlights from the sale...

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All Shapes and Sizes – New Watch Trends


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...

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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...

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