The Walton Street
Two-Tone Red Gold Hued Sector Dial with Unique Appliqué Numbers & Sector Chapter Ring
The Walton Street is an original design and collaboration between SwissFineTiming and Laurent Ferrier Celebrating the Opening of Our New Boutique at 70 E. Walton Street. Limited Edition of 10 units.LEARN MORE
Royal Oak Chronograph
Blue dial with “Grande Tapisserie”
Rugged elegance and a sharp dial design in a stainless steel timepiece with blue duo-toned “Grande Tapisserie”LEARN MORE
Vertical Tourbillon Souverain
"Grand Feu enamel on 18ct white gold"
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of this emblematic wristwatch, F.P.Journe has developed a tourbillon whose cage is vertical, rather than the traditional horizontalcage.LEARN MORE
Arnold & Son
"Silvery-white opaline and circular brushed."
Arnold & Son has created a timepiece for the modern-day navigator, always on the move from one time zone to the next: The Globetrotter.LEARN MORE
"Sunburst slate grey dial in gold."
Marine chronograph. Self-winding movement with date and seconds subdial. Minutes and hours counters.LEARN MORE
El Primero Chronomaster 2
"Titanium with blue ceramic bezel."
Entirely redesigned movement to pay tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the legendary El Primero movementLEARN MORE
“Sparkle of quality” that is an essential part of the Grand Seiko Style.
This high precision is marked by the five pointed star at the six o’clock position. The dial, too, has a unique marking with a 2020 pattern, reminding the wearer of this special year.LEARN MORE
SeaQ Panorama Date
"Galvanic blue with sunray finish."
Spezialist, the premiere model in this new collection is the diver’s watch SeaQ, which unites history and modernity in exemplary fashion.LEARN MORE
Basel & SIHH Highlights
Type 3B – BlackLEARN MORE
ÉLÉGANTE TITALYT ORANGELEARN MORE
Galet Square Micro-Rotor Walton Street Limited Edition
Celebrating the Opening of our new Walton Street Boutique
This is an exquisite limited edition of 10 pieces available for our clients. This watch was designed to pay tribute to the new location of Swiss FineTiming/Atelier Jewellers now located at 70 East Walton Street in Chicago.LEARN MORE
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All About NOMOS Glashütte WatchesLEARN MORE
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5 Iconic Zenith Watches That Are Not To Be MissedLEARN MORE
April 30, 2020
The History of Girard-PerregauxLEARN MORE
New Chicago Location Hours and Procedures due to COVID-19
70 East Walton Street Across from Bloomingdales
Our 70 East Walton Location will be
re-opening on a limited basis Starting May 1st,
Details on the link below
Swiss FineTiming/Atelier Jewellers was founded over 20 years ago by Gene Stern. Feeling unfulfilled as a corporate transactional attorney and a certified public accountant, Mr. Stern, an avid watch collector for most of his life, opened Swiss FineTiming. He wanted to share his knowledge and love of timepieces with others, while being involved in a business that he found inherently passionate.
“I wanted to create a place to come to do business with people engaged in a profession, not store clerks.” His love for the art of watchmaking and enthusiasm or the industry is infectious. Gene’s interests include spending time with his wife Karen, two daughters, and their Bull Terrier Louis. He also enjoys restoring vintage pilot watches, art collecting, and is an avid car enthusiast.LEARN MORE
70 East Walton Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611
t: (312) 337-4700
f: (312) 337-7444
1915 Sheridan Road
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
t: (847) 266-7900
f: (847) 266-7999
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t: (312) 337-4700