Our slogan should actually read ‘more a passion than a business’, as my passion for vintage watches began on the day I received my father’s first watch... a stunning sub-seconds Omega from 1924. This watch had been passed to my father by his great uncle...
But the moment that made me addicted to vintage timepieces happened just a few years ago when I saw an absolute beauty on eBay – a 1959 Heuer chronograph ref. 3336 with a Valjoux 23 movement and black dial.
I couldn’t take my eyes of this watch, but didn’t buy it, thinking that £700 was an exaggerated price for an old watch. How wrong I was!
Since then we have bought, renovated and sold many beautiful vintage timepieces to watch enthusiasts all over the world.
Many of our customers stay in touch with us, and eventually come back to get yet another great addition to their collection. In due course we will be adding their references so that you can assess the quality of our services.
All of our watches have been professionally serviced by our associate watchmakers, who specialise in Swiss vintage chronographs and luxury watches.
We therefore feel confident in providing a six-month guarantee with all of our watches. We also offer a repair and refinishing service – details can be found in our Service section.
Even if you don’t find what you are looking for on our website, please don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will be more than happy to source and provide the watch you are interested in.
We also offer a wide range of high quality leather straps, especially racing, perforated straps for chronographs in all standard sizes, as well as spare parts for vintage watches. Many of these parts are one-off pieces and we constantly update the stock. Please visit our Accessories section for more details.
And obviously we also buy or take in part-exchange your vintage watch. Please feel free to Contact us for a competitive quote, even if your watch is no longer working.
We sincerely welcome you to our website and are looking forward to delivering the watch of your dreams!
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