Rolex Platinum Day-date 228206
The now discontinued Rolex 228206 Platinum Day-Date is stunning with its smooth bezel, ice blue dial combination. While the 228236 replacement for ...Read more
The Rolex Daytona was first introduced in 1963 and has since gone through many iterations - the 116500LN being the most recent (in terms of stainle...Read more
In 2015, Rolex released a timepiece that was a first of many - the Ever Rose Yacht-Master 116655. Most notably, it was the first time Rolex ever r...Read more
Rolex announced the 116610LV “Hulk” in 2010, and it was the first green bezel AND green dial watch they had ever produced. Prior, they had released...Read more
The Patek Philippe and Tiffany and Co collaboration has existed for 170 years, and still exists to this day. The two companies were founded nearly ...Read more
The iconic Patek Philippe Nautilus was first introduced in 1976 by designer Gerald Genta - however, it was not until 1998 that the first complicate...Read more
The Audemars Piguet 15500OR was introduced in 2019 after the discontinuation of its predecessor - the 15400OR. While at a quick glimpse, the two lo...Read more
The Rolex Submariner was introduced in the 1950s beginning with its heritage black bezel black dial combination. For years the Submariner was creat...Read more
Born in San Diego, Natan Elghanian moved to Dallas to obtain a degree in Business at SMU. While in college, Natan also obtained a diamontologist degree from GIA (Gemology Institute of America) at their headquarter location in Carlsbad. Upon graduating college, Natan joined his family in the Jewelry and Real Estate Business. Natan’s primary goal upon joining his family’s jewelry company, David and Sons Fine Jewelers, was to streamline both their retail & wholesale operations through creating advanced inventory management systems and expanding their retail division via e-commerce. It was during these years, Natan began to recognize how underserved watch collectors were, and how inefficient purchasing a desired timepiece could be. Coming from a family of watch collectors and enthusiasts, Natan knew he could make the process more refined and enjoyable.
Upon completing his initial projects for jewelry, Natan decided to expand their wholesale and retail watch department with the intent to provide collectors with unparalleled customer experience. Natan’s goal isn’t only to build a collection of notable asset grade timepieces for his clients - rather, it is to also establish an exclusive community of watch enthusiasts to share, discuss, and learn more about their passion. From a young age, Natan was always fascinated by timepieces, their collectibility, and movements - constantly buying and selling watches to support his own obsession with collecting. Talking Timepieces allows like minded individuals to obtain knowledge on a notable timepiece in current inventory discussed through articles written by Natan himself.
In his free time, Natan enjoys traveling to different cities and countries to obtain rare and desirable timepieces.