Tustains celebrates arrival of Tudor

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Leamington Spa luxury watch and jewellery retailer Tustains hosted a champagne reception to celebrate the arrival of the Tudor at its store.

Guests were treated to a Tudor showcase of modern and vintage models, provided by Tudor to mark the occasion.

Tom Milner, co- owner at Tustains, said: "This is a wonderful watch brand with a very rich heritage. As soon as I heard they were coming into the UK I was intrigued and when I saw the products, I knew we had to be on board. We’d been planning the party for weeks, and then on the Tuesday before, I had a phone call from Tudor to say that they were sending us seven vintage models from their own archives for us to exhibit. When the delivery arrived, it included an extremely rare Marine Nationale watch from 1975. I could hardly believe it.”

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The Marine Nationale was named after French Navy, which was one of many naval forces to use Tudor watches in the 1960s and 1970s.

Tustains Jewellers are also sole agents in Leamington for Breitling and Omega watches.

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