Launched in 1985 by fine watch collector H.R.H Prince Ernst of Hanover, ‘The Watch Gallery’ was known amongst collectors as a world leading destination watch boutique, due to the personality and expertise of its exuberant founder.
Kevynn has been passionate about luxury watches since his first ever watch, a red dial TAG Heuer Aquaracer bought for his 21st birthday. His love for the mechanics of watchmaking started very early on, dismantling his Dad’s watches on the kitchen table. A blue black Rolex GMT-Master II is top of his wish-list.
Sabriye loves the sentimental value and story that watches often hold. Her favourite brands are Jaeger-LeCoultre and Rolex. For Sabriye, watches are an accessory with purpose either to mark a special occasion, help in a profession or simply a prized collectable. Her appreciation for the art of watch-making has developed her passion for the industry.
Naaman’s first foray into Swiss watches was a Raymond Weil and he has been a long time fan of Hublot, in particular their sports watch collaborations. He loves seeing watch brands introduce new movements on to the market and has always held a keen passion for the ingenuity of watchmaking.
Rosamund has worked in the industry for over 20 years and cites her favourite brand as pioneering British watchmaker Bremont, specifically for their unusual limited editions. She loves how a watch can represent both the past and future and admires the skill and craftsmanship that goes into producing a luxury timepiece.
Chayanee’s love for watches started early, purchasing a 9ct white gold Accurist before trading to a Gucci G for her 18th birthday. Chayanee’s favourite watch is Jaeger’s Mother-of-pearl Rendez-Vous Tourbillon; a discerning choice for any watch enthusiast. Her love of watches stems from craftsmanship; the work that goes in to a timepiece brings a constant appreciation.
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