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  • Signalman Bare Bones

    SIGNALMAN BARE BONES EXPOSED

    It was a cold night up on Berry Head. This Signalman Bare Bones with a German Silver dial teetering on the iron railings that surround the lighthouse. Be careful, wait for the light to come around, don’t step back without looking, it is a long way down – can’t see a thing. Scabby metal against such a clean watch, the

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  • 2 Schofield Strap Kits

    STRAP KITS

    This long awaited Strap Kit has been redesigned to be even more luxurious and elaborate than before. This coveted Kit is different to many others because it is not the leather tool roll type, but a softer accessory that can live on top of a pile of folded t shirts. Nearly a square metre of tweed is used for each

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  • Schofield Strap Kit with Drivers

    STRAP KIT

    Some details; 14 pockets for straps 3 pockets for Schofield Drivers (as seen) Lug Protection included Large embroidered patch Over-sized handmade horn button Hand-stitched hidden poppers Fusing used in construction for a tailored feel Moon Mill’s woollen tweed used inside and out Sold with or without Schofield Drivers £432 including VAT with Drivers £360 including VAT without Drivers £360 excluding

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  • Bare Bones Blue Dial

    SIGNALMAN BARE BONES

    We had a lovely visitor to Schofield this week. A true Viking of a man who made an interesting observation. He said “The Bare Bones Signalman is made for designer types like you”. He is right because I made them for me as I do with all Schofield products. But is a minimalist design exclusive to designers and those that

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  • Blacklamp watch

    THE BLACKLAMP PUT TO BED

    We must say good-night to the Blacklamp. They have all sold and the limited run is done. What a ride! What a trip! A journey we have thoroughly enjoyed. We say thank you to all those involved in its development. We say thank you to the lighthouses that lent their lights and coordinates for the case back engraving and we

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  • Worthing Pier

    BEACH FURNITURE

    I found a book called Manual on the Use of Timber in Coastal and River Engineering by Matt Grossman and Jonathan Simm, inside this excerpt. … In coastal situations timber is used among other things for breastworks, groynes, piers, steps, ramps, boardwalks and as stepped reinforcement or fencing protection to dunes. In river situations timber is used for bank retention/reinforcement,

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  • Lighthouse

    TALACRE

    The Point of Ayr Lighthouse, also known as the Talacre Lighthouse, is a Grade II listed building situated on the north coast of Wales, on the Point of Ayr, near the village of Talacre. Mr M took his Bronze Beater Bare Bones there and took this terrific shot. Built in 1776 and abandoned in 1883 but always occupied by a

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