Photo Report: Watch Spotting At 's First European Get Together

Mulco Chronograph with moonphase, 38 mm.

Angelus Chronodato.

Rolex Daytona Reference 116500LN with dark dial.

Rolex Daytona Reference 6263.

Rolex GMT Reference 6542 With Bakelite Bezel. Goodness, and a recognizable handkerchief in the background.

Omega Speedmaster Reference 105.003.

We saw a great deal of things new – including as of late dispatches from Tudor, Blancpain and Omega – a few things old – going from a dazzling and conceivably radioactive Bakelite, to a haul a-rific Angelus Chronodato – and, also, de rigeur Daytonas both vintage and expert new.

Longines pocket watch.

While most visitors wore their gatherer’s things on the wrist, a couple of likewise conveyed some noteworthy stuff in their pockets. Covered up, however not for since quite a while ago, was this modest Longines pocket watch. Furthermore, it was a treat to see one of restricted version Drake’s for HODINKEE Genta pocket squares, back in the UK where it was made.

Our own special Louis Westphalen, with his inexorably more acclaimed vintage Tudor underline.

Rolex Jean-Claude Killy Dato-Compax Reference 6036 in rose gold.

Our article group is as yet in London until Sunday, and can be found in the Harrods Fine Watch Room, where they are right now facilitating a spring up of vintage pieces just as different items from our Shop. We trust you’ll come by and make proper acquaintance (particularly on the off chance that you were unable to go along with us at the mixed drink, we’d love to meet you). We’ll be at Harrods through Sunday. What’s more, obviously we need to thank each and every individual who went along with us for making our initially meet-and-welcome with companions and perusers in London a major achievement – a joy and advantage to meet all of you! –Arthur, Cara, and Louis

All watches shown worn by visitors and gratitude to everybody for allowing us to impart your watches to our readers!