Sterling standard: Tiffany & Co. introduces the CT60

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Sterling standard: Tiffany & Co. introduces the CT60
A timeless and elegant watch born out of history and legacy

When founder Charles Lewis Tiffany unveiled the nine-foot tall Atlas clock above his store in 1853, he had no idea that it would become one of New York's icons and a symbol of the city's energy and ambition.

The Tiffany & Co. Atlas clock

The essence of those same elements is distilled in Tiffany & Co's latest watch, the Tiffany CT60. Crafted with the finest Swiss techniques such as the Côtes de Genève, Colimaçon and Perlage finishing, the result is a sophisticated collection that brims with the frenetic dynamism of the city of hopes and dreams.

The chronograph comes in a sleek, stainless steel casing with self-winding mechanical movement, a beautiful blue soleil finishing, and silver poudre numerals.

Tiffany CT60 chronograph, stainless steel

With a limited edition of 60 pieces, the calendar watch is made of 18-carat rose gold, a 42-hour power reserve, shock absorption system and a sapphire crystal back. 

Tiffany CT60 calendar watch

Text: Pakkee Tan

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