To help our clients and readers better understand enamel dials, we’ve created a two-part series. Part 2 goes into more depth on the fabrication process of enamel dials, with a special focus on the grand feu technique. Read more

by Lewis Heath

13/03/19

This month we’re introducing our watch case designer, Euan. Read more

by Lewis Heath

13/03/19

We catch up with saddle-maker Gary Reavell - creator of our new carry cases. Read more

The final part in Watson Morris's trilogy: 100 Years of Military Watches is here. Read more
We recently had the pleasure of attending Wind-up Watch Fair in New York and Salon QP in London. It was a great chance to meet and engage with collectors and enthusiasts, get feedback and share ideas. Read more

by Lewis Heath

11/01/19

If there’s one lesson to be taken from the months following launch, it’s that enamelling can’t be rushed! Read more

To help our clients and readers better understand enamel dials, we’ve created a two-part series. This first instalment provides an in-depth explanation of enamel related to dial-making. Read more
Watson Morris, our vintage expert, returns with part two of his 100 Years of Military Watches. Read more
There is probably no country with a greater variety of watches issued to its armed forces than Great Britain. In part one of 100 Years of British Military Watches, Watson Morris shares his passion and expertise. Read more

by Lewis Heath

23/10/18

We're delighted to welcome, a little belatedly, two new members to the team! Read more

by Lewis Heath

23/10/18

We named this enamel Hebridean Blue not because it’s reminiscent of a particular sea or sky, but more because of the calm, peaceful feeling this soft, almost chalky blue gives off Read more

by Chris Roushias

23/10/18

In the first of our Movement Watch series, our watchmaker Chris takes a hands-on look at some of Grand Seiko's most impressive timepieces, including the Credor Fugaku in-house tourbillon. Read more