Christopher Ward is rounding off its 10th year anniversary celebrations with a charity auction of ten #1 serial number watches to benefit the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service.
The online auction is being hosted by AuctionOfPromises.com with all proceeds going to the Berkshire-based hospice charity, which is located close to Christopher Ward’s Maidenhead headquarters.
Mike France, co-founder of Christopher Ward, said: “The auction is an opportunity to raise both vital funds and awareness for Alexander Devine among the fanatical watch lovers who follow our brand. The auction portfolio includes models that represent key moments in the Christopher Ward journey over the past decade and this is a great way for them to own a stunning and unique piece of our brand history while helping a truly remarkable and vital charity.”
The hospice charity was established by John and Fiona Devine following the tragic loss of their first child, Alexander, to cancer.
The auction is up and running now and will close at midday in Monday 15th December. All watches will be despatched to their winning bidders in time for Christmas delivery.
The auction models up for grabs include a C3 Malvern Chronograph SKS – one of the brand’s first models launched in June 2005, the C70 Grand Prix Series GB Brooklands COSC – which was the first COSC-certified Chronometer by Christopher Ward, with an upgraded ETA 251.232 movement launched September 2010 and the C8 Pilot Blackhawk IPK from October 2008 – an authentic big pilot’s watch issued in a limited edition of 200.