Tuesday 30th July 2019 11am ET

The Knightsbridge Collection

Inspired by the affluent London district, This collection consists of 6 pieces named after various roads and landmarks in the Knightsbridge area. The watches are built in Switzerland, and feature an open heart design, revealing the moving parts inside.

 

 

 

The collection is powered by the Swiss Sellita SW200 Mechanical Movement, which is known for its precision and reliability. The intricate design consists of 26 jewels, and benefits from a 36 hour power reserve.

Bernard London Sellita SW200 Mechanical Movement Watch

Brompton - Knightsbridge Collection, named after Brompton Road

Brompton - Named after the infamous Brompton Road, it is located in Knightsbridge and is home of Harrods, as well as some of London's most iconic 5 star hotels.

 

Grosvenor - This watch is named after Grosvenor place, a road running from Hyde Park alongside Buckingham Palace Gardens.

Cumberland - Named after Cumberland Gate, this landmark was originally installed as an entrance into Buckingham Palace 🏛, before it was relocated and renamed to its more popular name, Marble Arch

Belgrave - Knightsbridge Collection, named after Belgrave Square

Belgrave - Named after Belgrave Square it is one of London’s most expensive addresses and is home to many of the worlds embassies including Portugal🇵🇹 Spain 🇪🇸 Germany 🇩🇪 Ghana 🇬🇭 Turkey 🇹🇷

Montpelier, Knightsbridge Collection - Montpelier Square

MontpelierNamed after one of Knightsbridge’s most exclusive residences, and located a stone throw away from Harrods.

Rutland - Knightsbridge Collection , Rutland Gate

Rutland - Named after the Rutland Gate located near to Kensington Palace 🏛