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Bart and Tim Grönefeld, known in collectors’ circles as the horological brothers or Dutch masters, moved into a building last year that used to be their home town kindergarten in Oldenzaal, the Netherlands. The move into larger premises was almost derailed when the pandemic struck in 2020, but the covid curse has actually accelerated growth to the point where the business has been forced to close its order book as Rob Corder discovered in conversation with Bart.
Grönefeld brothers and co-founders, Tim and Bart reveal they are "in the regrettable situation where they can no longer accept new orders until further notice".
Grönefeld brothers have moved into an old school building in their home town of Oldenzaal, the Netherlands.
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