Urban Jürgensen & Sønner

The firm of Urban Jürgensen & Sønner has a history that goes back as far as modern watchmaking itself. Watchmaking, under the family Jürgensen name originated with Jörgen Jürgensen and then onto his sons Jules and Urban. Urban Jürgensen became known during the 19th Century for their superlative pocket watches and precision timekeepers for navigation …

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Grönefeld

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Grönefeld

1941 REMONTOIRE- HYPERLINK 1941 Principia-HYPERLINK The brothers Grönefeld, Bart and Tim, from Oldenzaal in the Netherlands. Two very talented watchmakers from a fine family tradition of watchmaking. Bart and Tim Grönefeld may claim that their grandfather, Johan, began his watchmaking career in the very same location in Oldenzaal in 1912. The brothers enjoy the good …

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Sarpaneva  K0 Divers Model  “One of a Few”

The humble description from Stepan Sarpaneva, who is most humble. “An executive class sports watch in which the timer ring is directly integrated into the movement. This unique feature allows all functions to be set by using only one crown.” I will take occasion to wax on a bit more about my friends’ fine new …

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RALF Tech

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RALF Tech

Frank Huyghe, a Parisian that has backed himself into the watch industry…almost by accident. Mr. Huyghe is an accomplished amateur wreck diver. He has dived all over the World examining the wrecks of long forgotten vessels now resting in the great depths of the sea. On a trip to tropics Mr. Huyghe enjoyed the company …

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Kudoke  , watches by Stefan Kudoke

Stefan Kudoke is a true young talent in the Independent watchmaking world. Stefan embraced watchmaking culture at a young age and began to develop his skills from scratch. Stefan went on to study watchmaking in his late teens. Stefan graduated with honors and began to hone his skills while working in the workshops of Glashutte …

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