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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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Start the New Year with a Classic Skeleton-Style Watch from Gideon's Fine Jewelry
Luxury watch retailer Gideon's Fine Jewelry is a leading supplier of the latest high-end skeleton watches, and more

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Gideon's Fine Jewelry, the leading retailer of luxury watches, necklaces, earrings, and more, keeps a watchful eye on the latest developments in the jewelry industry. The team at Gideon's Fine Jewelry has their collective hand on the pulse of what is hot in watch wear, whether it's an emerging style or a longtime favorite.

In some instances, what is popular is not so new. The watch loving community often sets its sights on resurgent trends or clings to long-established preferences. For the past several years, more and more customers wanting new timepieces choose skeleton-style watches. Gideon's Fine Jewelry, based in Woodland Hills, California, is fully-stocked for 2013 with the most attractive skeleton watches currently on the market, from leading brands like Oris, D. Atlantis, Tissot, and Hamilton. Beautiful non-skeleton watches are also available from these manufacturers and others, like MontBlanc and Michele watches. What's more, the retailer offers lovely Scott Kay and Hidalgo engagement rings, as well as other wedding bands.

With a skeleton-style watch, the gears of the timepiece are in plain view. In the earliest years of watchmaking, skeleton watches were not as much a fashion choice as a standard attribute; most cases were not yet constructed of solid materials that eventually hid the tiny mechanisms. These days, there is an old-time romance attached to the style, and the mechanically-inclined might choose skeleton to observe the inner-workings of the wristwatch. There are countless reasons why more and more watch buyers are enticed by the classic style.

Gideon's Fine Jewelry offers a gorgeous assortment of D. Atlantis skeleton watches to females who prefer the open case. These limited edition watches are bright and youthful, but still luxurious. The D. Atlantis Clieto line features interchangeable bezels that are covered in diamonds or sapphires. Many of these fine timepieces are paired with attractive stingray straps. D. Atlantis has seriously refined the skeleton-style, with diamonds set on the hands and various numbers of the watch, as well as on the crowns and buckles.  If the feminine watch buyer believes that skeleton pieces are generally too mechanical or sterile, D. Atlantis' gorgeous, diamond-covered Clieto and similar Poseidon line will convince her otherwise.

For the gentleman who favors skeleton-style, Gideon's Fine Jewelry offers many from the finest watchmakers in the world. Swiss brand Oris' Artelier Skeleton line for both men and women consist of many stylish, cutting-edge pieces. The Oris Arelier for men are remarkably popular, with stately, strong features that appeal to gentleman of all ages and aesthetics. The Oris Skeleton Engine watches are sporty, ultra-modern takes on the skeleton style. Gideon's Fine Jewelry affords male customers additional choices, with skeleton watches from Tissot, Hamilton, and Emporio Armani.

Gideon's Fine Jewelry offers the manufacturer's original limited warranty, as well as an additional year-long limited warranty. While skeleton is ever-popular, there are plenty of other luxury watches to choose from when the customer visits Gideon's Fine Jewelry in the Westfield Promenade in Woodland Hills. To preview the expansive inventory, visit www.gideonsjewelry.com. Call 1-877-992-3377 to speak with a representative.

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