SKU:  Brunswick 40 Blue

BRUNSWICK 40 FEARS BLUE DIAL


£3,750.00
Incl Vat (UK)



£3,125.00
Excl Vat
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Characterised by meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship, the Fears Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch is quintessentially British, yet wonderfully modern. Crafted in small batch series, with each piece impeccably hand built in Britain, the watch exhibits a satisfying level of finishing, with the company’s rich heritage referenced throughout the model.

One of Britain’s oldest watch companies, Fears has a significant history which dates back to 1846, when the founder Edwin Fears first established the business in Bristol, England. Now in the safe hands of the founders great-great-great-grandson, Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, who reawakened the family business from a lengthy slumber, Fears are once again firmly rooted within the landscape of British watchmaking.

The Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch is inspired by a gentlemen’s cushion case watch first made by Fears in 1924. Crafted from stainless steel, and sized at 40mm across, the curved profile of the casing is accentuated by a high polish finish, with hand-graining on the top of the case corners and it is fitted with an onion-shaped crown. Worn on a beautifully constructed 5-link bracelet featuring polished and brushed links, the Brunswick 40 Blue Dial evokes a contemporary sporty elegance, leaving it perfect for daily wear.

The watch carries a dial in a deep blue tone which is rendered using a special galvanic coating. Displaying two levels, it has a micro-guilloché lower central section employed by CNC, with a vertical hand-brushed outer raised section. The contrasting elements elevate the aesthetic of the dial, giving the surface a visually stunning light-catching effect. The numerals display the company’s custom “Edwin” typeface and are milled from brass before being diamond polished and rhodium-coated, while the Fears-shaped hands which are also milled from brass, have a bevel cut on the centre and a high polish decoration.

The watch is powered by a top-grade Swiss mechanical automatic calibre, which has been serviced and finished in Britain, and for this model, the calibre has also been fitted with a decorated rotor, and has been modified to remove the date mechanism thus allowing for precise time setting.

The Fears Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch comes presented in a bespoke wooden box crafted from English Ash, which is stained in dark blue and lined with genuine suede.


Characterised by meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship, the Fears Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch is quintessentially British, yet wonderfully modern. Crafted in small batch series, with each piece impeccably hand built in Britain, the watch exhibits a satisfying level of finishing, with the company’s rich heritage referenced throughout the model.
One of Britain’s oldest watch companies, Fears has a significant history which dates back to 1846, when the founder Edwin Fears first established the business in Bristol, England. Now in the safe hands of the founder’s great-great-great-grandson, Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, who reawakened the family business from a lengthy slumber, Fears are once again firmly rooted within the landscape of British watchmaking.
The Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch is inspired by a gentlemen’s cushion case watch first made by Fears in 1924. Crafted from stainless steel, ... Characterised by meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship, the Fears Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch is quintessentially British, yet wonderfully modern. Crafted in small batch series, with each piece impeccably hand built in Britain, the watch exhibits a satisfying level of finishing, with the company’s rich heritage referenced throughout the model. One of Britain’s oldest watch companies, Fears has a significant history which dates back to 1846, when the founder Edwin Fears first established the business in Bristol, England. Now in the safe hands of the founder’s great-great-great-grandson, Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, who reawakened the family business from a lengthy slumber, Fears are once again firmly rooted within the landscape of British watchmaking. The Brunswick 40 Fears Blue watch is inspired by a gentlemen’s cushion case watch first made by Fears in 1924. Crafted from stainless steel,


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