Fears Watches mark the first anniversary of their re-launch with three new watches, at The Telepraph’s Salon QP luxury watch fair
With an incredible back story, Fears watches are celebrating the first anniversary of their relaunch at the Telegraph’s Salon QP luxury watch fair, held at the Saatchi Gallery this week. Excited to share his latest creations I met with Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, the co founder of Fears, to hear the details of the brand new Brunswick timepiece and the new editions to the Redcliff family.
First established in 1846 by Nicholas’s great-great-great grandfather Edwin Fear, the business ran for 110 years until it closed its doors in the late 1950’s. Last year Nicholas picked up the reigns and reignited the fears spark, creating the Redcliff watch, named directly after the street in Bristol where the Edwin Fear first set up shop.
And, so to celebrate a year of success, Fears have introduced a brand new dial colour for the Redcliff in Passport red, and are also introducing a dual timezone watch in the Redcliff Continental. View Post