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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.
Tired of mass-produced Swiss watches, collectors are increasingly turning to the independent sector to find watches that are rarer, more complex, handmade and exquisitely artistic. Rob Corder investigates how effective digital marketing and tiny production quantities are combining to help many independent watchmakers, and the retailers that sell them, achieve record sales.
Having announced they would appear at a show within the same Geneva exhibition centre at the same time as Watches and Wonders, Rolex, Patek Philippe, Tudor, Chanel and Chopard have confirmed that they will not proceed with a physical event next April.
Mega brands like Audemars Piguet and Patek Philippe come together with independents including Cyrus, Urwerk and MB&F to produce one-of-a-kind timepieces that will be sold at auction by Christie’s at the iconic Four Seasons Hôtel des Bergues.
Grönefeld has taken a stride into the New York watch scene with representation by Cellini in New York. The Dutch-based firm will be listed by...
Manfredi Jewels will hold a celebration to mark its 30th anniversary this month at its flagship boutique in Greenwich, Connecticut, and is teaming up...
Switzerland’s Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) has added 12 partner brands to its association, taking the total to 41 watchmakers. The organisation, created in...