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I came across this review of the Garrick Norfolk on a the website Luxworldwide.com Luxworldwide.com article Advertisements
I can finally hold my head up and say with all honesty that I have a British watch. Not the e-bay found military Smiths I post every once and a while but a Smiths De Luxe, which I believe is … Continue reading
Just a reminder of the lovely watches Roger Smith is producing.
A few days ago Garrick watches announced another new model – The Regulator. Garrick Regulator Other than this photo no details are available except they will only be producing 15 watches.
Today has proved to be a “Schofield Day” First of all I found this great article describing the Schofield Beater, which in bronze is my favourite of their range. Salon QP – Schofield Beater Then their regular newsletter arrived in … Continue reading
The list of “British” watch brands keeps getting longer. Every time I look I find another. Well I’ve just found two. The first RLT Watches would appear an honest attempt to market British watches at a reasonable price without relying … Continue reading
British Watchmaking: Introducing the Garrick Shaftesbury SM301 (specs and price) 05/02/2015/6 Comments/in Garrick /by Johnny McElherron http://monochrome-watches.com/british-watchmaking-introducing-the-garrick-shaftesbury-sm301-price/ England might not instantly leap out as a natural ancestral home for a new watchmaking company, but for Garrick and its owner David … Continue reading