SalonQP says it consolidated its position as Europe’s leading consumer exhibition for luxury watches.
The event, which is organised by the events business of the Daily Telegraph group, took place for the eighth time in the first week of November.
Over 6,500 watch aficionados visited the show, with many placing orders on the day.
British brand Garrick reported £45,000 of sales on the first public day, including the sale of their newest timepiece The Portsmouth.
Montblanc received unprecedented interest in their Orbis Terrarum Special Edition Great Britain, which launched internationally at SalonQP.
Fears had a robust start, selling pieces on both the opening night and the first public day of the show.
The event’s owners received a confidence boost from growth in paying punters coming through the door. Ticket sales were up 7.4% across the three-day event, Telegraph Events says.