Love Letters from Britain

The Time is Now, with Bremont

Determined not to let British watch craftsmanship become a thing of the past, two brothers are revitalising an industry rich with history. Their passion, precision, and pioneering spirit prove this trade is right at home.
6th Dec 2021
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Love Letters from Britain The Time is Now, with Bremont
Love Letters from Britain is a new series of short documentary-style films uncovering the untold stories of UK’s most innovative luxury brands, produced for Walpole by BBC StoryWorks commercial productions and including stories supported by the GREAT Britain & Northern Ireland campaign.
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"There are so many things in life that are disposable. A mechanical watch is there forever, and there's something quite romantic about that. They're objects of passion, really. It's a little heartbeat on your wrist." - Nick English, co-founder, Bremont

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