Deconstruction of an Arnold & Son Globetrotter

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Deconstruction of an Arnold & Son Globetrotter

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Making a simple watch complicated, is simple. Making a complicated watch simple, is far more challenging and this watch is representative of such an approach. The result is a well- thought-out world time watch with an intuitive and highly visual system to locate the hour around the world.

John Arnold. Born in Cornwall, England in 1736 and died 11 August 1799. His father was a watchmaker and his uncle a gunsmith, he left England for the Netherlands at the age of 19 after completing his apprenticeship in watchmaking. He established himself as a watchmaker of repute in London’s Strand by his twenties.

Arnold & Son was recreated in 1995, they are today a Swiss company based in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland producing mechanical watches, designs, technologies and prices philosophy influenced from the original direction of the company.