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If 39.5mm is starting to feel large for watches designed with a field watch aesthetic, Farer has you covered with the launch of 36mm pieces in four colourways.
Founder Giles Ellis calls the Japanese Schofield B5 “the prettiest Schofield to date”.
Duckworth Prestex owner, a stalwart of the British watch industry, says he is taken aback by the reception he had received in the United States.
Brunswick Jubilee Edition has a royal purple sunburst lacquer dial with a sunken small seconds subdial elevated with a guilloche pattern.
With the warmth of spring on our backs and dreams of summer ahead, the business has come up with a perfectly pitched family of dive watches, the Farer Aquamatics.
For American watch businesses to thrive, they need competition between them to be drive them to new heights. But cooperation and collaboration — as we see in Switzerland — is also a powerful catalyst, and Americans can learn from how the Brits are ready to give it a go.
The idea of Garrick and Fears collaborating on a co-signed watch, designed and made in the UK, first came about during a meeting between Mr Brailsford and Mr Bowman-Scargill in 2018. It took three years for that idea — code named Project Costa after the name of the coffee shop where the owners met — to come to fruition in the form of a Fears Garrick timepiece that launches today.
anOrdain, a star among the independent watchmakers' firmament, has expanded its popular Model 2 family with the option of a larger 39.5mm case size...
To mark its tenth anniversary, British watchmaker has created two new Treasure watches with stepped black dials and brushed gold hands.
"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.