As special edition watches go, the few pieces presented above by Bremont’s British co-founders Nick and Giles English will be among the brothers’ most prized timekeepers.
They are the first watches produced at Bremont’s new 35,000 square foot Manufacturing and Technology Center outside the picturesque town of Henley-on-Thames, 40 miles west of London.
The official opening of the headquarters, manufacture and visitor centre is penciled in for the end of March, UK lock down restrictions permitting.
Bremont has been assembling watches in the UK and making watch cases and movement components since 2014.
The company is in the advanced stages of producing its own inhouse movement, a dream for the business that has a stated aim of reviving high end watchmaking in Bremont’s home country.
No official launch date has been confirmed for that movement, which is expected to be made in small quantities and used in limited edition collections.