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Tiffany Unveils New Vintage-Inspired CT60 Watch Collection

Tiffany finally gets back into the serious watch game
The CT60 collection is a tribute to Tiffany's watchmaking past.
Photographer: Stephen Pulvirent/Bloomberg Business

The clock held by Atlas on the facade of Tiffany & Co. was first mounted in 1853, making it one of the earliest publicly displayed clocks in New York City. The new CT60 line of watches pays tribute to Tiffany's timekeeping history, placing New York right on the dial of a well-rounded group of watches. If you're not yet ready to head up to the mezzanine level of Tiffany to visit the Patek Philippe salon, a CT60 is a great alternative.

The collection is pretty diverse, including a three-hand model in both men's and women's sizes, a chronograph, and a limited edition calendar watch. Prices range from $4,250 to $19,000, depending on the level of complication, whether the watch is stainless steel or rose gold, and whether you prefer an alligator strap or a metal bracelet. Across the lineup, though, is a distinct vintage vibe, with faux-faded Arabic numerals, slim hands, and clean case shapes. Tiffany clearly got the memo that watches of yesteryear are all the rage.