Robin Armstrong launched Cosmograf in 2008 with a sound that’s rooted in 70’s classic rock with many contemporary influences and an emphasis on concepts and atmospheric production. A keen horologist, Robin has now produced…
It was a huge pleasure to ‘talk time’ with Nick Manousos, who is the Executive Director of our partners the Horological Society of New York.
Smith of Derby is one of the world’s best-known public clockmakers and a family company since its foundation in 1856. Since that time, the company has flourished and grown to become Smith of Derby Group and has manufactured over 12,000 new clocks in the UK and overseas.
Peta UK-approved for their cruelty-free designs, Votch pride themselves on utilising sustainable technology to produce durable watch straps that rival traditional animal leather.
Renowned for upcycling firefighting materials into luxury timepieces, William Wood Watches craft their designs from British firefighting heritage.
As the “first company to offer full personalisation of the world’s most iconic watches”, Bamford Watch Department provides complete customisation of time pieces for the world of luxury watches.
Duckworth Prestex is a brand with a 100-year heritage that was rejuvenated in 2021. There’s a fascinating story behind it that’s synonymous with its founder, Neil Duckworth, who made history by bringing TAG Heuer to the UK in the 1980s and is now building an exciting future for his own brand.
The year was 1912 and, amongst the ranks of imposing buildings in London’s Hatton Gardens and the Rue de la Paix in Switzerland, Vertex Watches Ltd was born.
Based just a stone’s throw from the Goodwood Motor circuit and Rolls-Royce car factory on the south coast of England, Zero West Watches was formed by two engineer-designers, Graham Collins and Andrew Brabyn who are beating their own path in the British watch sector.
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London, 9 July 2021 – Watch and clock making is identified as a distinct sector of the British economy by KPMG Bellwether survey.
The first ever Bellwether survey of British horology has been produced by KPMG from a commission by trade body, the Alliance of the British Watch and Clock Makers.
The trade body for the British watch and clock making, established by renowned British watchmaker Roger W. Smith OBE, and Christopher Ward founder Mike France, has celebrated its first year of operation.
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