Stories and snapshots from the makers and craftspeople behind anOrdain.

The Model 3 Method

Debuting a new technique with Hodinkee

Introducing the Fabrik Collection

Meet the Maker: Martin Koval

The happy accident of the fumé dial

Struthers 248 dial

The Model 1 in Small, Medium and Large

Introducing La Joux-Perret’s G100

Introducing the Revised Model 2

Our System for 2022

The Model 2 OT: Edition

A New System

December Release: Model 1 Fumé

An Update on Batch Production

November Release: The Model 1

The Pink Dial Project

The Model 1 Payne’s Grey Fumé - A GPHG Finalist!

Production Update

Model 2 Brown Fumé

The Model 1 Precious Metal Series

anOrdain Enamel Dial Colours: Parisian Blue

British Watchmaking in the 17th and 18th Century: Britain’s ‘Golden Age’

A New Way of Working

Letters From Assynt

Schaublin 70 Lathe

Thermal Bluing

Meet the Team: Naïs and Carolina

Enamelling Techniques: Champlevé Enamel

Model 3: A Work in Progress

Smith's Watches

The Model 1 Fumé: The Development of Fumé Enamel

anOrdain x Paulin

Enamelling Techniques: Cloisonné

Meet The Team: Morna Darling - Enameller

Enamelling Techniques: Plique-à-jour

About Time

Heat tempered hands

Topographical engraving

Case Engraving Now Available

Automatic vs Hand Wound

Old Crafts... New Hands

New Studio

Enamel Dials – Part 2

Meet the Team #1 - Case Designer Euan

Leatherwork in the Highlands

100 Years of British Military Watches - Part 3

Show reports: Salon QP and Windup Watch Fair

Production Update

Enamel Dials – Part 1

100 Years of British Military Watches - Part 2

100 Years of British Military Watches - Part 1

Introducing our new team members

Hebridean Blue

Movement Watch #1 - Grand Seiko

Not Quite White

Typographic development of anOrdain

Choosing a Movement

Designing the Packaging

Deep Blue Trouble

Regional Variations in Enamel