This is my grandfather’s Rolex Oyster. It was given to me after his death and is one of my treasured possessions. I had it fully serviced a few years ago and only wear it on special occasions – not that it’s hugely valuable (as Rolex’s go) it’s not gold and it’s not in perfect condition; it is exactly the kind of watch I like tough small and simple. Obviously it’s not about monetary value anyway – it’s about the memory and something to pass on.
I neglected to bring a lens suitable for close up work so this is as close as I can get today.