Like many other watch enthusiasts, I visit forums and Yahoo! Answers though not exclusively for watches and their make. The grammar and associated etiquette also form a part. Whether you pair up your Rolex Sports Watch with business suit or uncared clothing is your decision, especially when you are in a business trip, in the poolside, in your yacht or flying your plane. But in a Casino, or while dancing tango or if you are an oenophile in some formal wine-tasting party, neither the Submariner nor the attire will go. For that, there’s the Rolex Cellini. So, selecting an appropriate watch is more than just seeing if it fits over a rubber suit or inside a woolen one and for the latter, fewer buttons and dials should be preferred.

These, in my eyes, are made for the fine gatherings in appreciation of something.

Tour de I’lle: Limited edition minute repeater tourbillion watches from Vacheron Constatatin. 18-carat yellow gold and pink gold for this advanced timepiece with the sunset timer and dual-time telling being its most prominent features.

Opera One: A manual winding, chiming, minute repeater from Girard-Perregaux, these watches have 75 hours of power reserve.

Classical Billionaire Tourbillion: Corum produced only ten of hand-wound creations, each housing 850 diamonds and skeleton hands and dials. The power reserve is for 90 hours.

Double Tourbillon: A hand engraved piece from Breguet; made with 95% pure platinum and inspired by the solar system. Not to be confused with Greubel Forsey’s Double Tourbillon 30 Degrees..

Tenica Skeleton Chronograph: Parmigiani Fleurier’s blue watch adds another high-end engineering marvel in platinum and gemstones.

Big Bang Chronograph: Hublot, Bunter SA brought the diamond-studded watches for the elite, evident from its intricate decorations making the diamonds the most prominent components. This can be yours for around a million dollars.

Joaillerie 101 Manchette: Jaeger-LeCoulture had been generous in stuffing (sprinkling?) the 18-carat white gold body with diamonds, 576 in total. There’s also a diamond cabochon set on gold and silver. But the real honey is in the jewels and embellishments that make it tick.

Grande Complication: Blancpain’s long tradition manifests itself well through the best of its advanced functions put into this watch.

Titanic Watches: The Swiss jewelry brand Romain Jerome turned the hull of the Titanic (all that shipbuilding steel) into watches.