A desktop orientated image of Pure by Hive design scheme utilizing natural, tropical hues with a palm leave wallpaper, rich green tile and modern brass hardware. A mobile orientated image of Pure by Hive design scheme utilizing natural, tropical hues with a palm leave wallpaper, rich green tile and modern brass hardware.

Pure by Hive is a new home furnishings store uniquely suited for contemporary interiors in the Palm Beach area. With an emphasis on clean lines and natural materials, the retail showroom will feature furniture, decor and lighting with sleek silhouettes, organic textures and neutral tones.

Created by Sara McCann and her team at Hive Home, Gift & Garden and McCann Design Group, Pure by Hive will offer both retail and trade clients a refined style that weaves tropical with contemporary.

Customers will enjoy the same exceptional service they have come to expect at every Hive location and all merchandise at Pure by Hive will be available for immediate delivery.


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ADDRESS 4805 South Dixie Hwy,
West Palm Beach, FLorida 33405
Monday - Saturday | 10am - 5pm
FOR MORE INFORMATION info@purebyhive.com 561.331.3777
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The Impossible Collection of Rolex

The Impossible Collection of Rolex

Regular price $1,200.00 USD
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For more than a century, Rolex stands apart as the most coveted and most legendary brand of watches in the world. A Rolex connotes many things: the quintessence of the luxury timepiece, a tool of power for movers and shakers, the symbol of passage into adulthood. New labels pop up, styles come and go, but the brand at the top never changes. Ever the record setter—the Daytona that had belonged to Paul Newman was auctioned by Phillips in New York in October 2017 for $17.8 million—it comes as no surprise that Rolex is the most collected watch label in the world.

The history of Rolex is rooted in the visionary spirit of its founder, Hans Wilsdorf. In 1905, young Wilsdorf founded a company in London for the distribution of timepieces, but his true dream was to produce wristwatches—in their infancy at the time, and not very precise—that would be technically durable and reliable, and supremely elegant. The company first concentrated on producing the highest quality movements, and this quest for precision rapidly led to the first wristwatch in the world to receive the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision, granted by the Official Watch Rating Centre in Bienne in 1910. Four years later, Kew Observatory in Great Britain awarded a Rolex watch a class A certificate, a distinction that had been previously reserved exclusively for marine chronometers. From that date forward, the Rolex wristwatch has been synonymous with precision.

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