Yes! Today I'm sporting a 1972 Rolex Datejust Reference 1601. This two-tone timepiece features a clean, silver dial with applied, yellow gold bar markers, a 14K Yellow Gold fluted bezel & a 26-jewel, automatic 1570 movement. This example was retailed by Tiffany & Co. (Store Inventory # 10409, listed at $3800, available for purchase online & in store.)
Stellar. Now on sale: A 1960's Vintage Aquastar Regate Yacht Timer. This 40mm, stainless steel timepiece is a great addition to your weekend outfit. Designed to time short-term events, after activating the choro-pusher, you only have 5 glorious minutes to watch the Aquastar's five, fully blue circles, go to red, & signal the end of a race. Also, get a load of the half-orange, half-silver Countdown/chrono-hand. Love this guy. (Store Inventory # 11116, listed at $2650, available for purchase online & in store.)
What an era! Here we have a 1971 Omega Seamaster Reference 166.110 in Stainless Steel with a unique, tonneau-shaped case, a blue dial with date function & a 20-jewel, automatic movement. At 39mm, this timepiece wears well, & quite contemporarily on the wrist. (Store Inventory # 10323, listed at $1600, available now for purchase online & in store.)
James Dean wearing a Jaeger LeCoultre, back in the day.