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"This is a watch built from my love of Japan, its people and their traditions. The attention to detail in their crafts is unmatched by any other culture," says Schofield founder Giles Ellis.
TRI-01 is a timeless classic, built to last, that I would expect to give every owner decades of trouble-free service.
It is 12 years since designer Giles Ellis decided to turn his hand to horology. 2020 was tough, but he is still standing and ready to present his rare and exclusive timepieces at WatchPro Salon in November.
Industry veteran Neil Duckworth, grandson of the the 1960s Prestex watch brand founder, has relaunched the family firm.
London-based watchmaker William Wood produced its first collection in 2017 after raising £28,000 through Kickstarter thanks in part to the company’s mission to honour...
For every watch it sells, ClueM pays for the planting of 100 trees through Ecologi and protecting around 6.5 acres of existing tropical rainforest through its partner Rainforest Trust UK.
TRIBUS is the creation of James Ward and his two brothers, Jonny and Jake, and has their father Chris Ward — eponymous co-founder of the Christopher Ward watch brand — on its board of directors.
The two companies have been working together since 2014, developing a network of retail partners across Europe and Asia that now stretches to 660 doors.
Northamptonshire-based Hagley West struck such a chord with Chris Gayle, he invested to become a shareholder in the company.
Part design playground, part mad scientist's laboratory, the Design Lab is a place for experimentation and to experience the Camden Watch Company collection.