Christopher Ward and Morgan Motor Company reveal co-designed collection


Christopher Ward has unveiled three watches created in partnership with Morgan Motor Company.

The two British companies first announced they would work together in November last year, promising to unveil new watches not at Baselworld, but at the Geneva Motor Show.

The watches draw on the design, engineering and manufacturing skills of both Morgan and Christopher Ward.


Christopher Ward’s senior designer Adrian Buchmann worked with Morgan’s head of design, Jonathan Wells on each model, each of which uses a custom-made version of the watch company’s in house Calibre SH21 movement, which is hand-built in its Swiss atelier.

The three watches will initially be sold only to Morgan car owners when they go on sale later this year. They will be sold exclusively through authorised Morgan dealerships or at christopherward.co.uk. It is the first time that Christopher Ward has allowed its watches to be sold by a third party.

The three watches are named after Morgan classic car models:

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