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the number of jewelers who choose
this model." Brian's father, Douglas,
wears a Cartier Pasha, "a very distinc-
tive watch, originally designed for the
Pasha of Marrakash."
OF M.B. JEWELRY:
Tony Ferrari chose an Omega
Seamaster Titanium 16-carat Sport-
watch for its durability. "I've had it for
a number of years and it's practically
indestructible. I'm very rough and I
needed something that would hold
O F DARAKJIAN:
Ara wears a Bertolucci. "I think it's
the best looking watch on the market
for the money. It can be both an every-
day and a formal wear watch."
Robert owns and wears several wat-
ches. "It depends on what I'm doing,"
he says. "My favorite watch is one
that I rarely wear: A 1940 vintage
Rolex. It's a very unusual watch; one
of the early waterproof oyster-shell
Lawrence also wears several wat-
ches. His favorites are the Baume-
Marcier, "a striking, all-gold watch,"
and the Noblia.
OF WEINTRAUB JEWELERS:
Danny wears both a Seiko and a
Lassale, "a higher style of Seiko. It's
designed a little better than the Seiko,"
OF GREIS JEWELERS:
"I sometimes wear a Rolex,
sometimes a Piaget. When I go out,
I wear the Piaget. It's a nice watch
with a good style."
Finally, Myra wears a Seiko
"because I like the style, and I love it.
I wear what I like, not just because I'm
trying to sell it."
— Michael Weiss