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Gifts of the Season: Worth's 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

From a 100-point wine to a TV as thin as a credit card, we take a look at some of the best products available for the 2019 holiday season.

Rolex Yacht-Master 42 Watches for Him

This Yacht-Master 42 by Rolex is the brand’s latest take on a nautical classic, but with a decadent twist. The use of 18-karat white gold contrasts with the ruggedness of the rubber strap and the oversized 42mm ceramic bezel. ($27,800) rolex.com

Patek Philippe Twenty-4 Automatic Ref. 7300/1200R Watches for Her

An update on a classic, the new Patek Philippe Twenty-4 Automatic ditches the quartz movement of old for a self-winding mechanical movement, while retaining a modernist design that nods to its past. The slender 36mm bezel, lugs, crown and bracelet are adorned with 469 diamonds totaling 1.88 carats set in rose gold. ($56,700) patek.com

Blancpain Villeret Women Date Watches for Her

Simplicity is trending among women’s timepieces as well as men’s, as shown by this addition to the Blancpain portfolio. A softer take on its Villeret line, the Villeret Women Date is ultra-slim at 9.15mm and features an opaline dial with calendar date and 100-hour power reserve. The case is adorned with 48 brilliant-cut diamonds set in 18-karat red gold. (price upon request) blancpain.com

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Breguet Marine Dame Ref. 9518 Watches for Her

A new addition to Breguet’s sportier collection of timepieces, the Marine Dame Ref. 9518 features an elegant mother-of-pearl dial with a “marea” ocean motif, which gives it a three-dimensional effect. The rose gold bezel has 50 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 1.165 carats, and the rotor is set with 31 diamonds. ($34,900) breguet.com

IWC Portofino Automatic 34 Watches for Her

This year, IWC introduced the Portofino Automatic 34, expanding the options in its collection of casually elegant ladies’ timepieces. Encased in 18-karat gold, the silver-plated dial sports gold-plated hands, with 12 diamonds marking the hours. As an everyday watch with 42-hour power reserve, this Portofino looks great with a burgundy alligator strap, but IWC’s easy strap-changing system offers the versatility to create over a dozen different looks. ($13,100) iwc.com

Sonos Move Home

The new Sonos Move gives real portability to the impeccable sound for which the audio company has become famous. Integrating both WiFi and Bluetooth, the speaker can be used in conjunction with your regular Sonos system or taken wherever you go and connected to a smartphone. Rugged and designed to last, the Move has a 10-hour battery life. ($399) sonos.com

Shinola Runwell Turntable Home

The Shinola Runwell Turntable may look attractive and nostalgic, but the technology behind it stands up to 21st-century expectations. Featuring a built-in preamp, it connects to any audio system to bring out your vinyls’ best sound. ($2,500) shinola.com

LG Signature OLED TV W9 Home

This “wallpaper” TV—it’s about as thin as a credit card—is designed to take up minimal space while providing the most vivid home theater experience on the market. The LG Signature OLED TV W9 features 4K resolution, Airplay and connectivity to other smart devices. ($6,000 for 65”) lg.com

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Devialet Gold Phantom Home

For those who don’t wish to have a multiple-speaker audio system but want comparable sound, Devialet created the Phantom line. The wireless Gold Phantom is easy to set up out of the box, and once connected to your WiFi network, it is a beast of audio power—ready to pump out 4,500 watts, with perhaps the best bass possible in a portable speaker. ($2,990) devialet.com

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