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    Watches Education

    Learn how the history of timekeeping has evolved.

    Stonehenge: Ancient celestical
    timekeeping instrument? Many
    experts think so.
    Throughout history, the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars have provided us with a means for measuring the passage of time and determining the seasons, months, and years.

    Little is known about prehistoric timekeeping, but ancient artifacts indicate that people off all civilizations, were to some extent, preoccupied with measuring and recording the passage of time.

    Twenty-thousand year-old architectural remnants discovered in Europe indicate scratched lines and gouged holes in sticks and bones, possibly used to count the days between moonphases. Read More.

    An explanation of the parts that constitute a watch.

    Aperture

    Small opening. The dials of some watches (in French: montres à guichet) have apertures in which certain indications are given (e.g. the date, the hour, etc).

    Applique

    Applique or applied characters are numerals or symbols cut out of sheet metal and stuck or riveted to a dial.

    Read More.

    Taking care of your watch so that it will last a lifetime.

    Your watch should be treated like any other piece of fine jewelry. Watches purchased from Gemnation are highly durable and will last a lifetime with the proper care.

    In order to ensure smooth running, it's a good idea to have your watch professionally serviced every 2 to 3 years depending on the complexity of the movement and the wear-and-tear to which you subject it. Periodic cleaning and proper care will also ensure that your fine timepiece looks its best and gives years of faithful service. Read More.

    Celebrities and the watch brands they endorse.



    For decades, wristwatches have been endorsed by celebrities of the stage, screen and sports world. We have put together a collection of some of these advertisements. Read More.
    In Association with Amazon.com

    Buy Books about Diamonds and Gems

    Gemnation has partnered with Amazon.com to bring you
    the most relevant diamond, gem and ring buying books and guides.
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Watches Education

Learn how the history of timekeeping has evolved.

Stonehenge: Ancient celestical
timekeeping instrument? Many
experts think so.
Throughout history, the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars have provided us with a means for measuring the passage of time and determining the seasons, months, and years.

Little is known about prehistoric timekeeping, but ancient artifacts indicate that people off all civilizations, were to some extent, preoccupied with measuring and recording the passage of time.

Twenty-thousand year-old architectural remnants discovered in Europe indicate scratched lines and gouged holes in sticks and bones, possibly used to count the days between moonphases. Read More.

An explanation of the parts that constitute a watch.

Aperture

Small opening. The dials of some watches (in French: montres à guichet) have apertures in which certain indications are given (e.g. the date, the hour, etc).

Applique

Applique or applied characters are numerals or symbols cut out of sheet metal and stuck or riveted to a dial.

Read More.

Taking care of your watch so that it will last a lifetime.

Your watch should be treated like any other piece of fine jewelry. Watches purchased from Gemnation are highly durable and will last a lifetime with the proper care.

In order to ensure smooth running, it's a good idea to have your watch professionally serviced every 2 to 3 years depending on the complexity of the movement and the wear-and-tear to which you subject it. Periodic cleaning and proper care will also ensure that your fine timepiece looks its best and gives years of faithful service. Read More.

Celebrities and the watch brands they endorse.



For decades, wristwatches have been endorsed by celebrities of the stage, screen and sports world. We have put together a collection of some of these advertisements. Read More.
In Association with Amazon.com

Buy Books about Diamonds and Gems

Gemnation has partnered with Amazon.com to bring you
the most relevant diamond, gem and ring buying books and guides.
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