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Arnold & Son Unveils the TE8 Métiers d’Art I Watch

Arnold & Son Unveils the TE8 Métiers d’Art I Watch

In its watchmaking history, Arnold & Son Watches has been associated with British royalty. Legend is that John Arnold created pocket watches for King George III. Recently, the watchmaker came out with a model, Arnold & Son’s TE8 Métiers d’Art I, based on the pocket watches created for the British royalty in the past.

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Arnold & Son Watches DBS, Double Barrel Sidereal Time

Arnold & Son Watches DBS, Double Barrel Sidereal Time

Arnold & Son watches have an intrinsic and long history, as the brand has been creating maritime instruments for the British government for a very long time. Jon Arnold, born in 1736 and founder of the company, was a British man who went to the Netherlands at the age of 19 to learn the craft. After his return to Britain he became a highly reputable watchmaker and he and Abraham Louis Breguet became friends. They were very close and actually appointed each other’s son as their apprenticeships. Arnold & Son watches are said to be around since 1764, however their presence has not been a constant.

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