Watches of Knightsbridge
Originating from the antiques quarter of Portobello Road over 50 years ago, the family business has grown and evolved to find it's niche in the watch industry – specialising in fine modern and vintage timepieces, based in the heart of Knightsbridge.
Watches of Knightsbridge provide specialist knowledge and expert detail to watches, spearheaded by director Simon Sutton. The aim is to help collectors source timepieces, give advice on starting a collection and to individuals looking to invest in watches.
WoKb also provide a great auction platform for vendors to achieve the best price for their items. The auctions are conducted in a traditional way by auctioneer Edward Rising, whilst running a dual live internet bidding service through the-saleroom.com and liveauctioneers.com.
November 2013 saw Watches of Knightsbridge for the third year attend Salon QP fine watch exhibition held at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
The Art Loss Register is the world’s largest private database of lost and stolen art, antiques and collectables. The ALR provide Watches of Knightsbridge with a due diligence service for every catalogue searching their database to discover whether an item has been registered as missing, fake or stolen.
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