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Panthère de Cartier - small model

Cartier

Panthère de Cartier - small model
30.500 €
Alpine Eagle XL Chrono

Chopard

Alpine Eagle XL Chrono
78.900 €
Portugieser Chronograph

IWC

Portugieser Chronograph
19.600 €
Portugieser Automatic 42

IWC

Portugieser Automatic 42
26.500 €
Portugieser Automatic 40

IWC

Portugieser Automatic 40
19.000 €
Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 44

IWC

Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 44
50.000 €
Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 44

IWC

Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 44
49.000 €
Black Bay 58 18k

Tudor

Black Bay 58 18k
32.000 €
Toric Petite Second Rosegold

Parmigiani

Toric Petite Second Rosegold
50.600 €
Toric Split-Second Rosegold

Parmigiani

Toric Split-Second Rosegold
151.600 €
Patrimony Handaufzug

Vacheron Constantin

Patrimony Handaufzug
27.300 €
Patrimony Handaufzug

Vacheron Constantin

Patrimony Handaufzug
27.300 €
Patrimony Mondphase Retrograde Datumsanzeige

Vacheron Constantin

Patrimony Mondphase Retrograde Datumsanzeige
54.000 €
Polaris Perpetual Calendar

Jaeger-LeCoultre

Polaris Perpetual Calendar
56.500 €
Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar

Jaeger-LeCoultre

Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Calendar
43.700 €
Tag Heuer Carrera Skipper

TAG Heuer

Tag Heuer Carrera Skipper
21.150 €

Gold Watches at Wempe—Understated and Stylish

Whether you prefer the warm glow of yellow gold or the slightly cooler sheen of rose gold, a gold watch is always a fashion statement. Similar in style to stainless steel watches, gold watch cases and bracelets are made of precious gold.

The Many Shades of Gold

In the search for a gold watch, you can choose between different gold tones. Pure yellow gold is too soft to make an entire watch. However, this precious metal can be mixed with other materials, which makes gold watches more robust and resistant. The so-called alloy also gives the gold its individual tone. A classic yellow gold alloy is created by combining the finest gold, silver, copper, and zinc. For cooler rose gold, the copper content is increased, and platinum is added. Rose gold contains a lot of copper naturally. To obtain a clear white gold, palladium is used.

Tips for Buying and Caring for Gold Watches

When buying a gold watch, you first need to make sure that the timepiece fits snugly on your wrist. The outer lugs of the strap should not stick out beyond your wrist, instead the strap and case should form a perfect circle when viewed from the side. Once you have decided on your favorite gold watch from Cartier, A. Lange & Söhne, or one of our other brands, we will shorten the bracelet to the optimal length for you. After your purchase, we offer extensive services for your gold watch, including regular checks to ensure it is telling the time accurately, replacing the battery, and intensive cleaning.