These two watches just have too many lines of text (or too much stuff going on), too:
Just kidding! I am being facetious of course. But I dunno. That blue/green DSSD doesn't look half bad at all in the metal.
Just to clarify, I only want to see it in person for the sake of seeing it. After having tried on the original years ago, I know this is not a watch for me.
Sorry my friend. Look at it this way I just saved you about $12,350 that you can use toward another watch purchase!
Sorry, the cloisonne part of the Patek dial is lovely, but I don't love their world time watches.
Yes, the DRSD is a bit busy, but I love seeing vintage watches that are in such amazing condition. Also, to see one with the lum that is so evenly aged/patinaed is truly a beautiful site. To me the DRSD an interesting piece of Rolex history (being both a DR and a Tiffany dial), while the new blue DSSD is merely a styling/marketing exercise.
Spot on my friend!
I appreciate the history of this particular DRSD. However, upon learning years ago that Rolex wasn't the one adding the Tiffany name to Rolex watches, and that it was Tiffany doing that themselves, they've never held much appeal to me. In addition, while a Tiffany DRSD is rare (largely because the DRSD is rare), there were plenty of Tiffany retailed Rolex watches produced over the years.