The jewellery and watch festival finishes off with select timepieces both vintage and contemporary

With March drawing to a close, the jewellery and watch festival JeweLuxe is set to unveil its final chapter. “From the Beginning of Time” will bookend this edition of the festival with a focus on timepieces, from quirky wristwatches to mechanical timekeeping sculptures.

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The brands that are set to be featured include Azimuth, Ophion and Singer Reimagined. Each will offer its own take on watchmaking, which demands both design and technical expertise to accomplish—whether it’s the simplest time-only watch or a high complication. Vintage timepieces from brands such as Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet will also be on display.

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According to Nelson Lee, co-founder of JeweLuxe, the appreciation for collectible timepieces has reached an all-time high, and with it a growing interest in independent watchmakers with compelling value propositions. “We aim to cater to both established, mature shoppers… as well as the younger ones who are serious about starting their own collections,” Lee shared. “Our extensive network… provides us with the unique ability to secure very rare collectibles, but also tap into exciting new contemporary designers.”

This chapter of JeweLuxe coincides with the launch of Cultured, a new Singapore-based watch retailer founded by Lee and Ali Nael, the founder of 2ToneVintage Watches. Cultured will specialise in independent brands, including some of the ones mentioned above, with its own pop-up within JeweLuxe's event space.

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“From the Beginning of Time” will run from March 23 to April 22 at JeweLuxe’s pop-up gallery at Scotts Square. More information is available at JeweLuxe.

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