• Piaget Event Recap

    CH Premier Jewelers at Westfield Valley Fair hosts a special event for Piaget High Jewelry timepieces. Exclusive boutique pieces are showcased and presented to customers and will be ongoing up till Christmas.


    Piaget Polo Tourbillon (Ref. G0A32149)

    This timepiece is a combination of ultimate luxury and watchmaking craftwork. With 39 mm 18K white gold case, this watch has a mother-of-pearl and diamond marquetry dial set with brilliant-cut diamonds and princess-cut diamonds (approximately 17 carat in total). The tourbillon aperture is located at 12 o’clock position. The Piaget manufacture 600P offers manual winding movement with 44 hours power reserve.


    Piaget Emperador cushion watch (Ref. G0A38058)

    This model is the very expression of everything that Piaget carries in its genes: a unique expertise in the field of the ultra-thin movement, linked to a desire to develop calibers with complications that are ever more innovative and creative. With a 46.5 mm 18K rose gold case set with 228 brilliant-cut diamonds (approximately 18 carat) and crown set with 10 brilliant-cut diamonds, this piece is powered by the Piaget 1270P caliber, which is Piaget’s first ultra-thin automatic tourbillon movement with a thickness of just 5.55 mm.


    Limelight Couture Précieuse Cuff watch (Ref. G0A38207)

    Featuring a wondrous 18K white gold mesh bracelet fitted with a deployment buckle and set with diamonds, this Piaget Limelight Couture Précieuse Cuff watch embodies the traditional savoir-faire of Piaget's creative pieces. Its 18K white gold case takes a square shape and features a completely diamond-paved bezel. Its simple silvered dial features a Piaget logo and two white gold hands.



    Jewelry pieces of the iconic Piaget Possession and Piaget Rose collection will be exclusively available for this limited time only.

  • Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36000

    A 10 beat caliber beats at ten times a second, a rate substantially faster than that of ordinary mechanical movements. While the faster vibration rate makes a watch more resilient to shock and thus more accurate, it also consumes more power from the mainspring and demands greater resiliency from other components. For half a century, Grand Seiko mainsprings have been manufactured in house. Using all this experience, a new alloy was created for the 9S mainspring which has the strength and durability to deliver 55 hours of power reserve and to do for generations.

    The SBGJ217 is an iconic piece of the Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36000 GMT series. The 39.5 mm stainless steel case of this piece classically pairing with the retro-modern Grand Seiko style dial that matches any attire. Like every Grand Seiko watch, it offers highly polished, distortion-free surfaces, razor edged hands for high legibility and perfect comfort on the wrist. The long and slim markers provide a clean and refined expression. The hi-beat GMT movement 9S86 is designed, made, assembled, adjusted and tested at the Shizuku-Ishi Watch Studio in where all Grand Seiko mechanical watches are manufactured and assembled, by hand, by the studio’s craftsmen and women. In both performance and appearance, it expresses the very best of Seiko’s mechanical watchmaking. The caliber has a high accuracy of +5 to-3 seconds a day and a power reserve of 55 hours with 36,000 vibrations per hour at 10 beats per second. The GMT hand can be used as a dual time indicator with the hour hand being adjustable independently as the time of day hands continue to mark time. It is the perfect watch for international travelers.

  • Chopard L’Heure du Diamant

    Since the Art Deco period, Chopard has shown its savoir faire in terms of jewelry watchmaking. When jewelry tradition meets watchmaking expertise, Chopard’s gifted exponents of the different artistic crafts unite their talents in creating “L’Heure du Diamant”. Building on its expertise in creating stunning timepieces, Chopard has used 18K white gold and diamonds to impressive effect to create memorable watches.

    From draughtsman to watchmaker, jeweler, gemsetter and polisher, the full range of specialists in Chopard unite their skills in giving shape to the most daring dreams. Haute Joaillerie watches vividly embody technical virtuosity dedicated to serving eminently contemporary artistry as well as traditional watchmaking techniques. Time is an essential factor in making an Haute Joaillerie watch since each of them demands several hundred hours of work. Depending on its shape, it may house a mechanical or quartz movement. Traditionally crafted in 18-carat white or rose gold, it is meticulously set with a refined combination of navette, baguette or brilliant-cut diamonds that exalt the beauty of its lines and proportions.


  • Bulgari Serpenti Twist Pop-Up

    On November 17th – 27th, CH Premier Jewelers hosted a special event for extraordinary Bulgari boutique exclusive watch and jewelry pieces. Extensive collections of rare timepieces and high jewelries were unveiled during the event. The highlight of the event is the Bulgari Serpenti Twist Pop-Up that is still going on in our store.


    Since the Serpenti motif was first adopted in the 1940s, Bulgari has continuously found new ways of adapting the style to suit any taste. Serpenti pieces are seductive interpretations of snake, inspired by Greek and Roman mythology and also by the Garden of Eden. One of the most iconic renditions of Serpenti is the Serpenti Tubogas: the Serpenti head on a flexible bracelet that wraps around the wrist anywhere from once to five times depending on different models.

    Following the footprint of Tubogas and ceramic, Bulgari reinvented its emblematic Serpenti watch and introduced the new Serpenti Twist with double row strap in various colors and a new expression. With different case, strap, dial, gemsetting and caseback engraving options, Bulgari is able to provide over 300 possible variations of the new Serpenti Twist. The 27mm case can be steel or pink gold, with or without diamonds. Choices of dials are black, red, green or white, in mother-of-pearl, sunburst guilloche or lacquer. Strap options include calfskin or Karung in several colors – Karung in black, red, white, green or chestnut brown; calfskin in sapphire blue, agate white, ruby red, sandy beige, black, or emerald green.  Each watch comes with one Karung strap and one calfskin strap, and they are easily interchangeable. Twist your time with Bulgari Serpenti Twist and have fun color coordinating with your outfits.




  • Patek Philippe Basel 2017

    To salute the 40th anniversary of its acclaimed self-winding caliber 240 movement, at this Basel, the new Patek Philippe Calatrava (Ref. 6006G) made its debut. The watch has an analog date and an offset subsidiary seconds dial. The graphic look of the dial in ebony black and silvery grey is reminiscent of the legendary Ref. 5000 that was launched in 1991 and followed by the Ref. 6000 in 2005. Comparing to the 6000 series, the brand new 6006G has 18K white gold case with a diameter of 39 mm, which is 2 mm larger than the previous series. The larger diameter enhances the elegance of its sleek geometric design and give it extra prominence on the wrist. The two-tone graphic concept and the uncluttered markings with plain Arabic numerals as well as excellently readable analog date with a scale on the outer circumference of the dial remain unchanged.

    Patek Philippe, 6006G_001_AMB

    Another magnificent piece to celebrate its 40th anniversary is the Calatrava skeleton “Squelette” (Ref. 5180/1R-001). This piece in 18K rose gold 5N showcases the extremely rare craft of skeletonization alongside magnificent engravings by hand to imbue to elegant mechanism with enigmatic sensuousness. The engraving alone accounts for about 130 hours of work. It pays tribute to the rare handcrafts that are painstakingly upheld by the manufacture. The PP logo of the Patek Philippe Seal is making its first appearance of the 22K gold minirotor. The aesthetic appeal and transparency makes it a miniature opus of kinetic art than just an ordinary watch. The self-winding caliber 240 SQU is framed by a movement holder ring in 18K rose gold 5N, and it offers minimum 48 hours power reserve.

    Patek Philippe, 5180/1R_001_AMB

    The Patek Philippe Ref. 5320G is a new perpetual calendar with a contemporary vintage style that has been literally crafted for eternity. This piece was inspired by exhibits in the Patek Philippe Museum from the 1940s and 1950s. Its heart is a newly developed caliber 324 that offers minimum 35 hours to maximum 45 hours power reserve. Double apertures for the day/month, an analog date and moonphase located at 6 o’clock position. It automatically indicates months with 28, 30, and 31 days and every four years also recognizes the 29th of February as a leap day. In a 40 mm 18K white gold case, this watch features three-tier lugs as well as a lacquered cream dial graced with luminous numerals and hands. The perpetual calendar and moonphase apertures are located at 6 o’clock position.


  • A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Ladies

    A. Lange & Söhne’s Saxonia derives from the homeland of the company—Saxony, an independent state located in the heart of Germany. As one of the oldest line of A. Lange & Söhne, the subtlety and heritage of this watch presents a perfect blend of elegance and simplicity. The shape of this watch is classic and sleek, while the overall aesthetic of the collection “echoes the prosperity of the Saxony region during the renowned Baroque period.”

    The Saxonia has been an iconic emblem of A. Lange & Söhne since it made its first debut in 1994. This year, A. Lange & Söhne followed the tradition of Saxonia and adds subtle changes to take this collection to the next logical step in their evolution. With its simple and elegant design, the new Saxonia (Ref. 219.043 and 219.047) has 35mm 18K rose gold or white gold case with pink gold or rhodium gold hands and markers; and a small seconds dial with stop seconds at 6 o’clock position on the white mother of pearl dial. Stop seconds is a complication that allows the timepiece to be set precisely to the second. The watch is powered by A. Lange & Söhne’s manufacture caliber L941.1 which offers mechanical manual-winding movement with impressive 45 hours power reserve when it’s fully wound. The hand stitched white alligator strap matches with the dial and adds elegancy to the watch.


  • Panerai 42mm Submersible

    In 1949 Panerai introduced a new self-luminous substance called Luminor which not only safer than radium-based Radiomir but also more luminous. The evolution from Radiomir to Luminor was completed in the fifties with the invention of the signature crown-protecting device which was patented in Italy in 1955. The patent application for a “Tight Seal Device” was filed by Giuseppe and Maria Giuseppe Panerai. 1993 is a milestone in the history of Panerai, because the brand presented its most iconic Luminor collection to the public. Before then, Panerai watches had only been available to military forces. In 1995, a popular actor Sylvester Stallone noticed Panerai watch and liked it so much that he requested for a special edition to be used during the shooting of the underwater scenes in the movie Daylight. Therefore, Panerai produced the Luminor Submersible, featuring a black dial with small seconds at 9 o’clock and two designations: Luminor Submersible at 12 o’clock and Sly tech (Sly is short for Slyvester) Panerai at 6 o’clock. Later, Stallone requested a new edition with white dial named Daylight. All these watches have the actor’s signature engraved on the watch back.


    Today, Panerai presents the Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic with a 42mm stainless steel (Acciaio) or red gold (Oro Rosso) case with black dial and black ceramic disk on the rotating bezel. These are the first Panerai Submersible models with case diameter of 42mm. Supplied with the P9010 automatic caliber, the watch offers a power reserve of three days (72 hours) and water-resistant to a depth of 100 meters (10 bar).


  • Chopard Happy Ocean

    Chopard first introduced the Happy Diamond in 1993, and since then, it has been the most popular ladies watch of Chopard. The floating diamonds that can move freely in the crystal has become the signature of Chopard. They didn’t stop bringing new ideas to the collection when the elegant look has already captured most ladies’ hearts. They integrate the Happy Diamond’s main characteristics to a sporty theme, and that becomes the latest chic-as-you-like women’s watch – Chopard Happy Ocean. It borrows some features of diving watches but are intended more for general use that matches with casual outfits, rather than just specifically for diving. The contrasting color of the watch and the moving diamonds in the sapphire crystal adds fun to the watch. Compare to regular tool watches, it really catches your eyes when you first see it, and it’s much more fashionable than regular diving watches.


    This year, Chopard reinvigorates the iconic Happy Sport collection with the new Happy Ocean. With a 40mm stainless steel case, the watch has a deep blue dial that brings to mind the ocean depths, while the five moving diamonds are like oxygen bubbles in the ocean. The unidirectional rotating bezel with two-tone blue-turquoise or blue-raspberry coloring is inspired by azure blue shades and brightly colored corals. The hour-markers and hour hands with SuperLuminova creates jewels of light, green-emitting on the minute hand and bezel reference dot, and blue-emitting for the hour hand and hour markers. The straps are either in turquoise or raspberry rubber that is not only sand/waterproof, but also matches with the watch case. A navy blue NATO strap is also provided with each watch. The caseback has a wave motif that echoes back to the collection name. Enjoy the nautical adventure with Happy Ocean.


  • Chanel Code Coco

    Chanel has been one of the most desirable brand for most of the ladies because of their chic and one of a kind designs. The French fashion label always thinks outside of the box and amaze their customers whenever they release new pieces. They first entered the watchmaking industry in 1987, with the Premiere collection which had octagonal shapes that mimicked the bird’s eye view of Place Vendome and the fragrance stopper of the brand’s signature No. 5 perfume. Since then, the brand has only launched few new collections: J12 in 2000; Boy Friend in 2015; and Monsieur – the brand’s first watch for men – in 2016. Recently they introduced a new watch collection that can be both a jewelry and a watch – Code Coco. The timepiece is meant to be intriguing with its parts working together to smartly reveal different design elements – much like a code.


    Chanel Code Coco jewelry watch has a very special clasp inspired by the iconic and desirable Chanel 2.55 purse. It shows time when it’s perpendicular to the bracelet and conceals the time to look like a bracelet cuff when parallel to it.  The watch is 38.1 x 21.5 big with stainless steel case and bracelet with black lacquered dial. The quilted motif on the bracelet has been a classic Chanel emblem. Code Coco also comes in diamond bezel to enhance your look.

    cnl code coco


  • Hublot Big Bang Ferrari

    In 1980, Carlo Crocco created the first Hublot watch with the first natural black rubber strap in history of watchmaking. Since then, Hublot has been the creativity and inspiration lead in watchmaking industry. The brand is indeed an infant among the centuries-old Swiss giants with which it competes, yet Hublot has such a speedy successful rise that undoubtedly claims its value to the world. In the late 1990s, Jean-Claude Biver joined Hublot and there started a new era. Biver was inspired by Croco’s idea of pairing unusual materials to style watches and extended the art of fusion into its movement, thereby creating the Big Bang, which later became the signature watch of the fusion ideal. In 2011, Hublot collaborated with one of the world’s most renowned carmaker – Ferrari – and proved to be a great success.

    The Big Bang Ferrari Unico is “a veritable fusion between the traditional and the cutting-edge.” Hublot’s in-house developed and manufactured Unico movement is hand-assembled from over 300 individual components. Every detail is meticulously finished and quality control is carried out every step of the assembly process. The Big Bang Ferrari Unico consists of three models with 45mm case in titanium, carbon, and 18K king gold. On each dial there is Ferrari applique which symbolizes the partnership with Ferrari. The UNICO manufacture automatic flyback chronograph movement offers 72 hours power reserve. The titanium version is limited to 1000 pieces, while the carbon version and 18K King Gold version are limited to 500 pieces each around the world. Beautiful pieces to celebrate its 5 year anniversary partnership.


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