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Some Schofield media news. A recent article in Sussex Life Magazine. Schofield’s principal keeper Giles Ellis holding Toots, but it is the Daymark Dark strapped to a Red Moon that takes centre stage!

The Schofield podcast is a natural extension of what we do here at Schofield. While others seek to conceal, we reveal and this new horology podcast is no exception. We are the first and only watch company to open our doors in this way and so we invite you to join Giles and Harry on a journey through the world of a small British watch company.

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Giles Ellis Magazine Sussex with dog
  • Given half a chance, I suspect that Giles Ellis, the man behind Schofield, would design the clothes you wear with a Schofield and the room, or indeed, space, you wear it in. As it is Schofield’s design universe extends well beyond the watch head, so that even the packaging for a spare strap buckle is a complete little piece of Schofield style.
    Salon QPJames Gurney
  • Meticulous attention to detail, elegant design and innovation have given Schofield a cult following the world over, the appeal being its utter Englishness.
    TelegraphKen Kessler
  • ...it was launched in 2011 and garnered a lot of attention, thanks largely to being superbly designed and refreshingly different. And British. Which means a lot round these parts.
    Men's Health
  • Schofield's new watch The Daymark is what a purist might look for.
    WatchuseekMike Stuffler
  • When it comes to the details there is simply no other modern watch label that takes things as far as Schofield does. Indeed, each customer begins their relationship with Ellis' label with a series of handwritten notes and updates before the watch itself is even in their hands... All these touches, considerations and hours spent in development certainly add up to a watch that has to be seen, held and worn to be truly appreciated. Like many watches, it's more than just a talking point. It's a study in one man's intrepid, tireless devotion to detail.
    Cool HuntingRichard Prime
  • Giles Ellis did not set out to be part of a revival of British watchmaking. He was more interested in designing an ideal timepiece for himself. Years later, Mr. Ellis and his company, Schofield, are one of several watch brands with “Made in England” labels.
    NY TimesCatherine Chapman