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  • New
    Japanese bronze watch
    Japanese bronze watch
    £3,280.00

    Bronze Beater B4

    These Japanese watches express the countries aesthetic of simple, crafted, understated, showing more by showing less, still. What better place to exaggerate these ideas than with a new Bronze Beater model? The dial is the colour of Indigo dyed Boro, the case is heavily patinated bronze. The case back depicts Daruma-San a traditional Japanese doll. The character on his chest means good luck. The case back engraving also shows a Tokyo drain cover design of ginkgo and cherry blossom. The watch strap is Japanese Mudcloth. A watch built from Giles Ellis’ love of Japan, its people and their traditions. The attention to detail in their crafts, he believes, is unmatched by any other culture. The price shown is with UK VAT, if you are outside of the UK, VAT will be deducted at the checkout. There are so many ways to pay, if you would rather do business over email - it is no problem. NOTE COVID-19 has slowed production down, please be aware that it is likely to take one to two months to complete an order.
    £3,280.00
    £3,280.00
  • New
    Limited edition titanium watch
    Limited edition titanium watch
    £3,595.00

    Strange Lights not quite green

    This limited edition titanium watch is the lightest Schofield has ever made at 85 grams strapped. It comes in two colours; not quite red and not quite green, a little off, strange. Port and starboard navigation lights, on the sea or in the sky. Distant 🙂 The price shown is with UK VAT, if you are outside of the UK, VAT will be deducted at the checkout. There are so many ways to pay, if you would rather do business over email - it is no problem.
    £3,595.00
    £3,595.00
  • New
    Limited editions titanium watches
    Limited editions titanium watches
    £3,595.00

    Strange Lights not quite red

    Limited editions of only 29 in each colour. These titanium watches are the lightest Schofield has ever made at 85 grams strapped. It comes in two colours; not quite red and not quite green, a little off, strange. Port and starboard navigation lights, on the sea or in the sky. Distant 🙂 The price shown is with UK VAT, if you are outside of the UK, VAT will be deducted at the checkout. There are so many ways to pay, if you would rather do business over email - it is no problem.
    £3,595.00
    £3,595.00
  • Watches with green dials
    Watches with green dials
    £3,750.00

    The Daymark

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    The Daymark is an automatic watch with a green dial, well green and black and a kind of gloomy green at that. The precision German made steel cases are made to the same case dimensions as our classic Signalman but in a one piece construction. The crown is a pull-out type and in the gallery below you can see a nail notch milled into the case. There is also a deep groove running around the circumference of the crown. These two details make it easy to pull the crown out. There is an even more austere version of the watch the Daymark Dark with a black ceramic coated steel case. Powered by a Swiss automatic, ETA 2824. The watch is a 3-hander, hours, minutes and seconds. The case has a 44mm diameter with an exhibition case back. The price shown is with UK VAT, if you are outside of the UK, VAT will be deducted at the checkout. There are so many ways to pay, if you would rather do business over email - it is no problem.
    £3,750.00
    £3,750.00
  • Black watches
    Black watches
    £3,840.00

    The Daymark Dark

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    The Daymark Dark is an automatic watch with the same case dimensions as our classic Signalman and the other members of the Markers range. Although it has been made from one piece of vapour-blasted stainless steel, the shine and sheen of the Daymark’s case have been sullied by the darkness. A ceramic coating has been applied which introduces the foreboding of the English coastline’s rocky outcrops. Changing the colour changes the atmosphere from one of steely austerity to one of understatement. If the Daymark is a tower rising above the landscape, the Daymark Dark is its shadow, gloomy perhaps but not drab. It is the Daymark’s silhouette. It is the Daymark at night, barely perceptible against the darkness of the night sky and yet present all the same. The crown is a pull-out type and in the gallery below you can see a nail notch milled into the case. There is also a deep groove running around the circumference of the crown. These two details make it easy to pull the crown out. This groove also indicates the ‘affordance’, the action required of the crown, teeth to show rotation and the groove to show pulling in and out. The ceramic coating which is used on the Daymark Dark was chosen for several reasons, including how it looks and its scratch and chemical resistance. Firstly, its ‘traditional matte’ coating that is in the lowest band of gloss that is possible to attain by modern standards. In terms of scratch resistance it is, again, right at one end of the spectrum as it clocks in at a 9H in the Pencil Hardness Test used for coatings which is the most scratch resistant that a coating can be rated. When sprayed continuously with water two and a half times as saline as seawater the ceramic coating was over ten times as resistant to corrosion as stainless steel. Powered by a Swiss automatic, ETA 2824, the watch is a 3-hander, hours, minutes and seconds. The case has a 44mm diameter with an exhibition case back. The price shown is with UK VAT. If you are outside of Europe then VAT will be deducted at the checkout.
    • The word ‘Schofield’ replaces 9 minute marks on the chapter ring
    • The hour markers in the chapter ring are pink anodised ‘top hats’ filled with Super-LumiNova C3 that catch the light
    • All the parts of the hands and the windows line up when overlapping
    • The second hand tapers towards the tip and the counterpoise
    • The second hand counterpoise is filled with lume
    • Only the word ‘Daymark’ appears on the dial
    • The case has a new nail rebate for pulling out the crown
    • The crown has a groove for your nails to grip to pull out
    • The case has a slight radius on the outer edge of the bezel
    • The box is black-stained ash the queen of English timbers
    • The ceramic coating is rated at 2.3 Gloss Units at 60°
    • The coating is 5% salt spray rated at 1,000 hours
    £3,840.00
    £3,840.00
  • Bronze watch
    Bronze watch
    £3,180.00

    Raw Bronze Beater B3

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    The Bronze Beater is a bronze watch which is evocative of all that is marine and seaworthy. This is clearly seen in its colours, the inky blue of the ocean’s depths, the bronze synonymous with marine engineering and the elements of light like a night sky, complement one another and form a coherent whole. Patination, whether earned or forced, is a mark of time passed. It is a watch that reflects and represents time with both its tick and colour. It is surely an example of modern treasure. The Beater is an everyday bronze watch stripped of complications. It is designed to be worn without the anxiety of wear because the case is made to age gracefully over time. This is Batch 3 of the Bronze Beater or BBB3. Powered by a Swiss automatic, STP 1-11, the watch is essentially a two and a half hander featuring our Sign-of-Life seconds hand. The case is 44mm in diameter with a deep laser engraving on the back. The price shown is with UK VAT, if you are outside of Europe then VAT will be deducted at the checkout.
    • The dials are double blue with a gold perimeter and centre
    • Luminescent numerals and hour markers
    • Hands are brushed bronze with little thorns as counterpoises
    • There is a small line printed on the centre cap - this is the Sign-of-Life second hand
    • The Beater is made in small batches and each case is hand-finished, therefore every one is slightly different, a one off
    • The case back is fully engraved with a new isometric and 3D design
    • Your choice of strap
    • The box is Osmo finish ash, the queen of English timbers
    • Made in Sussex and England
    £3,180.00
    £3,180.00
  • Beater B3 Hero
    Beater B3 Hero
    £3,180.00

    Patinated Bronze Beater B3

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    The Beater is an everyday bronze watch stripped of complications. It is designed to be worn without the anxiety of wear because the case is made to age gracefully over time. This is Batch 3 of the Bronze Beater or BBB3. The case back of the new B3 took 120 hours of work to complete and the 3 hours of laser engraving per piece really shows in the quality of the finished article. These tiny canvases are hidden to the outside world, known only to a select group of owners and collectors. The new crown, with its exquisite gold nail groove draws your attention to the tiny shining rim on the blue dial. This level of attention to detail is synonymous with the Schofield brand. One case, two finishes and you can choose. The raw bronze watch case has been blasted with a coarse medium that creates a wonderful, slightly sparkly, finish. This will not last long as these cases are designed for those that want the grease of everyday life to change the character of the metal over time. The patinated variety of the bronze watch case is just the same as the raw but has undergone further treatment. To obtain the stabilised oxide coating we dip the raw bronze into baths of dyes and acids which, after washing the cases are burnished to reveal the raw metal in select places – bezel, sides and the edges of the lugs. The patinated finish is permanent with your own scratches and chemistry adding to the character over time. The bronze Beater is a bronze watch which is evocative of all that is marine and seaworthy. This is clearly seen in its colours, the inky blue of the ocean’s depths, the bronze synonymous with marine engineering and the elements of light like a night sky, complement one another and form a coherent whole. Patination, whether earned or forced, is a mark of time passed. It is a watch that reflects and represents time with both its tick and colour. It is surely an example of modern treasure. Powered by a Swiss automatic, STP 1-11, the watch is essentially a two and a half hander featuring our Sign-Of-Life seconds hand. The case is 44mm in diameter with a deep laser engraving on the back. The price shown is with UK VAT, if you are outside of Europe then VAT will be deducted at the checkout.
    • The dials are double blue with a gold perimeter and centre
    • Luminescent numerals and hour markers
    • Hands are brushed bronze with little thorns as counterpoises
    • There is a small line printed on the centre cap - this is the Sign Of Life second hand
    • The Beater is made in small batches and each case is hand-finished, therefore every one is slightly different, a one off
    • The case back is fully engraved with a new isometric and 3D design
    • Your choice of strap
    • It comes with a Murky Earth ceramic coated buckle fitted
    • The box is Osmo finish ash, the queen of English timbers
    • Made in Sussex and England
    £3,180.00
    £3,180.00
Custom case back

A CUSTOM CASE BACK?

It’s long been known to our customers that we revel in customising your case backs to make them uniquely yours. Rather more grandly, if you own or are part of a company who’d like to commission a limited edition run of their own commemorative unique watch design then please get in touch, we are waiting with bated breath. And just in case it was not already obvious: at SWC we have the passion, the know-how and a solid history of delivery above expectations. Further to the statement above, we were chatting to a recent customer who said that he would feel embarrassed asking for custom work. He felt it would be wasting our time on his vanities. Nonsense! Whether it be OEM/white label, a company event or celebration, a watch for a squadron or a mission, a watch for a loved one, living or lost, we are happy to be involved.

  • Signalman Bare Bones Rhodium dial
    Signalman Bare Bones Rhodium dial
    £4,260.00

    Signalman Bare Bones rhodium dial

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    The Schofield Signalman Bare Bones project. The plan is to make a limited run of these Bare Bones watches - some have dials plated with different precious metals some have solid German Silver dials. All will be serialised and marked on the case backs with the Rare Things graphic. Schofield branding only appears on the buckles. This watch has a rhodium dial and is limited to 10 watches. These are pre-production artist's proofs and have been built into Signalman cases. A charming quirk and proof of Schofield's watch development is the redundant pusher button in the side of the case for setting the GMT complication in the classic Signalman models. Please email us if you would like more information. This Signalman Bare Bones has a rhodium plated dial, comes on a strap of your choice and in an ash box.
    £4,260.00
    £4,260.00