MAPPIN & WEBB “THE TIMES” is a rare model with a Sterling silver hallmarked case for Chester 1901. This is a fine and well running fully ruby jewelled movement which is signed Mappin & Webb as well as “The Times”. The watch has a perfect white dial with black Roman numbers and black spade pointers, signed Mappin & Webb London, and a seconds dial at number six position. The case is 48 mm diameter and the watch is stem wound and pin set. There is a sensuous feel to this watch no doubt due to the fine crafting.
Mappin & Webb is a true British treasure with 240 years of tradition in the world of fine jewellery and watches.
Over the years that followed its inception, would see the company expand internationally, receive Royal warrants and commissions from Monarchs around the world and become synonymous with excellence of craftsmanship and all things truly British.
1898 granted a Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria
In 1898 Mappin & Webb’s acclaimed Campaign watch was supplied to the troops at the battle of Omdurman.
1914 Mappin & Webb supplies watches to the Admiralty
1960 Mappin & Webb supplies pocket watches to Sir Winston Churchill
Mappin & Webb continues to this day to serve her Majesty the Queen as a Royal Warrant holder.
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