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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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Arnold and Son

Arnold and Son

Arnold & Son is a well known watchmaking company with a reputation of producing marine related watches. This commitment to marine related themes made them the leaders in the exploration of foreign lands during the 17th and the 18th centuries. These watches are masterpieces that are considered today as vintage and that feature paintings that recreate voyages into unknown lands.

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