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Based on a 1920s model from the brand's archives and descriptively called the Tiffany & Co. Square watch, this is a very formal way to celebrate the company's 180 years since Charles Lewis Tiffany opened his store on Lower Broadway in New York in 1837.

The year 2015 marked the "return" of Tiffany & Co. as a watch maker with the debut of their new CT60 collection. aBlogtoWatch debuted the larger Tiffany & Co. CT60 watch collection here, and prior to the hands-on debut, I had an opportunity to meet with some representatives from the brand to check out the larger collection hands-on. Today, I bring you a full review of the blue-dialed version of the Tiffany & Co. CT60 Chronograph on a bracelet - a timepiece that I'm happy to say has given me a lot to talk about.

For 2015, Tiffany & Co. timepieces return, starting with the Tiffany & Co. CT60 collection of watches which includes various models for both men and women. In the 1990s especially, Tiffany & Co. had some rather amazing as well as reasonable and conservative timepieces with their own name on the dial as a modern manifestation of their history of offering Tiffany & Co. branded timepieces.

If there has been one major theme to recognize over the last five or so years in the watch industry it is the rise of the retro-revival watch. What does that mean? It means that a love of "vintage" and celebrating tradition has swept over the entire industry. It means that to a large degree the watch design of today is influenced by the watch design of yesterday, and it also means that popular brands are releasing modern versions (exact or updates) of classic models. This latter practice isn't new and from the early 1990s you saw brands "re-releasing" classic models often with modern cases and movements. This continues today and each year many timepieces of the past in some form or another make a return.

Typically known for their race car aesthetic themed watches, French BRM (Bernard Richard Manufacture) has recently announced a new collection of watches that are meant to pay tribute to historic bomber planes. These new “Bombers” watches are pretty swanky – with a unique look that...