Through the lens
Stories of lighthouses, shadows, whiskey and willow.
- AccessoriesBeyond Drifting: Imperfectly Known Animals encapsulates in miniature the much larger environmental problems of an imperfect world. This work presents a unique collection of plankton specimens related to the pioneering discoveries made by naturalist JV Thompson in Cork Harbour during the 1800s. These recently found specimens are deceptive, however, and mysteriously conceal their true origin.Price £28.00 for Pre -OrderTo buy this book visit OVERLAPSETo see the artwork that Mandy produced for Schofield go to our Through the Lens page This artwork is for sale, please contact us.
- Rare Things, WatchesThe Beater is an everyday wrist watch stripped of complications. Designed to be worn without the anxiety of wear because the steel case is made to age gracefully over time. This version of the Beater is limited to just two pieces.The Beater is made in small batches and each case is hand-finished, therefore every one is slightly different, a one off. This Beater's dial is a colour proof and only two have been used in watches. The Indices and numerals are printed in Super-LumiNove C3, notice the Schofield trademark slash zero and a red 'B' for Beater. Powered by new old stock, rebuilt and adjusted Swiss ETA 2724-R, automatic, mechanical movements, marked 'Synchron 67'. Made in Sussex and England£3,600.00
- Limited Editions, Straps, Suede strapsSchofield uses a thick Milanese suede for these remarkably soft and luxurious straps. This one is a muted green colour. All our watch straps come with an engraved Schofield buckle fitted, and all straps come with a set of our proprietary lug protection stickers. If you regularly change straps then we urge you to buy some Schofield drivers, purpose made for changing straps on Schofield watches.£168.00
- AccessoriesWhat does a watchmaker know about coffee? Probably as much as you, which is probably more than most people, because we really love (need) coffee and try to know everything about the things we get enthusiastic about. You might ask what business does Schofield have making coffee. The answer is none, other than a door opened to a world that smelled good, so we ran through! On the other side of the door was a watch enthusiast and coffee connoisseur. His name is Tom Osborne and his business of making the world a better place is a boutique coffee roastery called Craft House Coffee.£9.60