If you are looking for the perfect gift for that special person in your life, let us help to inspire you with our gift guide for of womens luxury timepieces. These are ideal for commemorating special occasions, or celebrating life’s milestones no matter what their style or preference. From traditional, to contemporary styles, we have a wide range available and we have put together a highlight of our favourite pieces in this article.
TAG Heuer Link
This is an exceptional new timepiece from TAG Heuer that would be welcomed by any lover of luxury watches. It sits within the Link family, a collection of pieces that started with the design of the bracelet rather than the case or dial. The integrated S-shape of the bracelet combined with thinner and flatter links ensures the perfect fit on the wrist, moving with the wearer with complete ease. Not only does it boast this innovative design, but the rest of the watch is just as exquisite. The 32mm black dial boasts a ‘sparks’ motif effect and features small glittering diamonds representing each number. The iconic TAG logo as well as the hands have a rose gold finish, and works perfectly against the dark background of the dial. This piece is the perfect blend of timeless style and sports chic, and is water resistant up to 100m.
TAG Heuer Aquaracer
For the women who want a timepiece that will keep up with their active lifestyle, TAG Heuer’s Aquaracer watch may well be the perfect match. Originally designed to meet the demanding requirements of water sports, the timepieces are reliable, robust and are exceptionally accurate. They also boast a 300 metre dive capacity, and are water and shock-resistance. TAG’s slogan, ‘Don’t Crack Under Pressure’ couldn’t be more fitting for their iconic Aquaracer models. The ladies offerings in the range come in a smaller 32mm casing but has all of the features you’d come to expect. They are made from a variety of metals, from 18K yellow gold to stainless steel, each of them making for a contemporary sports watch that can be worn at any time. The pieces are all protected by an anti-reflective, scratch-defying sapphire crystal, and white Super Lumi-Nova brightens the hands for enhanced legibility in low lighting. For the every day, there is a model in bicoloured metal with a patterned blue dial, and for an extra special touch, there are models that feature diamond indexes.
Chopard Happy Sport Oval
The Chopard Happy Sport combines timeless style with a modern, sporty aesthetic. First imagined in 1993, it has been a beloved timepiece for the past few decades. The timepiece is features a 31mm stainless steel case, and matching stainless steel ‘pebble-type’ bracelet for a comfortable and secure fit. The dial is a complementary silver, as are the indexes and hands, but what makes this timepiece really special is the free spinning diamonds within the casing. It is a playful take on a sports watch, and would be a welcome addition to any watch collection. The collection is available in different case sizes and strap options for those who like to change the look of their timepiece, and for an extra special touch, the company welcomed a piece with floating rubies into the collection which is a beautiful addition that catches the light beautifully.
Longines Dolce Vita
The Longines Dolce Vita certainly lives up to its namesake in being a luxury watch, perfect for everyday life in every aspect. The collection was first launched in 1997 and became a staple piece in the Longines family, combining chic Italian style with exquisite craftsmanship. The design aesthetics of the modern day Dolce Vita still conjure up vintage vibes with its small 20.8 mm rectangular casing and streamlined silhouette. There is a welcome pop of blue contrasting with the silver in the form of painted Roman numerals and small, delicate hands with a small seconds sub-dial at 6 o clock. This piece however is just as impressive internally as it is externally, and houses a Calibre L178 quartz movement for precision and accuracy.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso One
The Reverso collection is one of Jaeger-LeCoultres most iconic timepieces and was first introduced in the 1930s. It’s history and design is said to be inspired by the need for a wristwatch that could be worn comfortably by British Army officers playing polo in India and has been developed into a range of timepieces suitable now for all manner of occasions, with the introduction of different styles, and ladies pieces. The present day Reverso models take its Art Deco design cues from their predecessors, with slim line rectangular cases, and bold Arabic numerals. There are also two rows of small diamonds that frame the bezel of the timepiece, combining timeless tradition with modern luxury. This Reverso is made from a stainless steel and boasts a rich blue strap made from a blue alligator leather. It is also powered by an advanced Quartz movement technology and is water resistant to 30 metres.
Cartier Tank Solo
Another iconic timepiece to add to our gift guide is the Cartier Tank Solo. The first prototype of the Cartier Tank family was created in 1917 and was said to be inspired by the design of the Renault FT-17 tank, a small yet innovative design. For more than a century the Tank has been reinterpreted whilst remaining true to the original concept. The modern-day Cartier Tank Solo draws inspiration from the family’s history while boasting contemporary design with its rectangular casing and rounded off edges. It is made from a robust stainless steel 31mm x 24mm case and features a beaded crown set with a synthetic spinel cabochon, a gemstone that has been shaped and polished rather than faceted. The dial is made from silvered opaline, and is protected by sapphire crystal glass that is hard-wearing and scratch-resistant. The dial features the brand’s iconic sword-shaped blued steel hands with angular Roman numerals and Cartier’s secret signature at 10’oclock. Powered by a quartz movement and water resistant to up to 30m, It is a truly beautiful piece in its simplistic style and still an iconic timepiece for over 100 years after its creation
Cartier Ballon Bleu
First released in 2006, the Ballon Bleu de Cartier family is characterised by its spherical balloon shape case and distinctive sapphire cabochon crown, guarded by an arc of precious metal. Bringing together powerful functionality and outstanding aesthetics, this Ballon Bleu De Cartier Ladies’ Watch is one of Cartier’s most coveted models. Boasting 11 brilliant-cut diamonds on the dial and a sapphire cabochon winding mechanism guarded by an arc of precious metal, this luxurious timepiece exudes flawless sophistication. The 12-zoned silvered flinqué dial with sunray lacquered finish, is equipped with blued-steel sword-shaped hands and set within a 33mm polished stainless steel case. Secured with a striking stainless steel bracelet and powered by mechanical movement with automatic calibre Cartier 076, this wonderful watch is water resistant to 30 metres and protected by a sapphire crystal lens.
Breitling Navitimer 35
For more than 65 years, the Breitling Navitimer has remained one of the world’s most highly regarded and beloved mechanical chronographs. Introduced in 1952 and revised in 1959, it swiftly became the ultimate pilot’s watch, revolutionising wrist-worn chronographs in the years that followed. Its name – a portmanteau of ‘navigation’ and ‘timer’ references the brand’s reputation as a respected manufacturer of precision timing devices for the world’s airlines and aircraft manufacturers, not to mention the Royal Air Force, in the run-up to the Second World War. The Navitimer 35 combines the historic appeal of the iconic Navitimer with the simplicity of a contemporary timepiece. The new 35mm case with historic beaded bezel, is perfectly sized for smaller wrists and women who have long requested a Navitimer with a more feminine case size. A sublime blend of elegance and sophistication, the refined dial features the distinctive slide rule and is presented with a selection of executions in precious materials including Mother-of-Pearl and diamond. This long awaited evolution is designed for women drawn to both the elegance of this chic timepiece and to the unequalled heritage of a Navitimer.
Franck Muller Ladies Vanguard
Founded in 1992, Geneva, Franck Muller is renowned for creating stunning timepieces that focus on fine craftsmanship and intricate complications. Along with Vartan Sirmakes, Franck Muller aimed to create exclusive timepieces that are characterized by complicated movements and original design. Known as the ‘Master of Complications’, with thanks to in-house manufacture, this young company is rapidly becoming one of the best Swiss Horlogerie brands. Franck Muller combines boldness and creativity with exceptional Haute Horlogerie know-how.
Hublot Spirit Of Big Bang
Hublot are known for their innovative and daring designs and this piece is no exception to that rule. The Spirit Of Big Bang King Gold White Pavé is a breath-taking time piece. The 39mm case is made from Hublot’s specially developed gold and paved with glittering diamonds. The piece is part of the adaptation of the brands’ infamous Big Bang collection that come in barrel shaped cases combined with extraordinary mechanics. With their clever multi-layer construction, the cases open the way to countless combinations of materials, colours and finishes. This fantastic piece is powered by Hublot’s HUB1710 caliber with automatic winding and features a large central hour, minute and second hands complemented by a date at 3 o’clock.