George Daniels is often referred to as one of the most influential watchmakers of the last one hundred years. He was self-taught in making classic men’s watches, and pocket watches with the iconic horologist only making just short of thirty timepieces on his own before his passing back in 2011. Continue reading
The weather has been rather mixed the last few weeks, but believe it or not, spring is here and this weekend sees the return of British Summer Time. Continue reading
Whether it’s a beautiful wrist watch or a magnificently crafted pocket watch, collectible watches are always a highly prized addition to anybody’s private collection as they are a great investment opportunity as well as being an heirloom item that can be passed down through generations. Continue reading
It’s a new year and for some that means a potential new working environment. But first you must get through the interview which can cause all kinds of problems, especially deciding what to wear! Continue reading
Whilst Brexit has seen many retail sectors take a hit, the London watch market has thrived during this year. When Britain decided to leave the EU, many assumed this would mean trouble for all retail sectors. However, the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry (FHS) reported the watch exports to the UK from Switzerland went up an incredible 23% to SFr327m (which is around £255m) from the previous year already. This result means that the market looks positive, with many customers investing in antique watches in 2016, as sales for watches valued at £1,000 or over increased by 19.5%, July to September, on the previous year.