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On the long 2+hours train journey to work this morning...
At the moment, I'm preferring 36mm too, but 38mm works for pretty much all wrist sizes today.
Sounds like the same issues you can have with any tailor. Tell them what you want and they'll no doubt it for you. Bespoke/MTM is a process of give and take and takes time to get it as you want it.
38mm is a good size for a dress watch in modern times. 36mm-38mm is best today, I feel.
And wearing beads next to a watch really isn't on and can scratch a good quality watch as well. Not a good look, ditch it.
Here's my non-vintage version:
There's another one here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/VACHERON-CONSTANTIN-Overseas-Model-42042-Wristwatch/311738866920?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D39107%26meid%3D00d269d18a6b4c11a0b741bdcf4e54c9%26pid%3D100011%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D282258529095 Real? Fake? No idea.
From my experience they readily don't. Depends where you are, I suppose, but I think it's largely a non-issue. Don't like homages? That's fine. Don't buy them. All good
No, Starro is largely right, and that's what this thread should be about...talking about your watches (not just you selling it here). You came here telling us how magnificent your watch is, but there are mechanical watches out there either the same price or cheaper from more dependable and reputable names than yours. It's beholden upon you to back your words up, and so far, you haven't really done that. Your watch isn't bad, as I've said before. It's a sort of PM...
I've used ADs and grey dealers in the past. Just depends on the individual circumstances of the times I've purchased. My most recent kop (BB36) was from an AD in Sydney. PMWs increases the choice of purchase venue for me.
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