November saw us exhibiting at two events, Salon QP in London and the Wind-Up watch show in New York.
After quite literally years of working in isolation before launch it was fantastic to take our watches out to these two fantastic shows and speak with enthusiasts, and even some of our own customers in person. Feedback was really positive and we were flattered to be asked to supply dials to several prestigious brands - sadly something we’ll have to put on hold until production volumes increase.
Morna and Sally took a break from the enamelling studio to attend QP and enjoyed the interacting with customers, so we’ve elected to send them to San Francisco in April this year (24-26) to the Wind-Up show there, although they didn’t need too much persuading! Before heading home they’ll be spending a week with a great enameller who specialises in the Cloisonné technique, which we’re all very excited about!
This smoky grey takes its name from the painter William Payne, who invented and popularised the practice of combining coloured paint pigments to create a deep, shadowy alternative to the...
A favourite from our original lineup of Model 2 Fumé dials, the lighter hue of this Japanese enamel results in a vibrant tonal gradation from the bright blue centre out...
By far the most popular of the Model 2 Fumé dials, its comparison to an aurora sky seems apt - especially given the play of light and shadow that the...
This enamel boasts a deep garnet centre and impressive smoked edge. The irresistible warmth of this reddish purple makes it difficult to describe without adopting the vernacular of a sommelier.
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