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Arnold & Son  - At the Geneva Motor Show with David Brown Automotive

Arnold & Son At the Geneva Motor Show with David Brown Automotive

Arnold & Son are exhibiting an exclusive selection of their watch collection with David Brown Automotive in Geneva.

David Brown Automotive was founded in March 2013, out of a love of both classic and modern cars. By taking the classic, timeless, elegant looks of previous decades and combining them with modern, state-of-the-art engineering, production methods, technology and performance, David Brown Automotive defines itself as a coachbuilder for the 21st century.

Using predominantly British-sourced premium materials and traditional artisan craftsmanship, each of the company’s vehicles is uniquely produced by hand in Great Britain, appealing to a wide audience who value elegant styling, quality materials, handcraftsmanship and the passion used to create each individual vehicle.

Its current model line-up include luxury grand tourer, Speedback GT, performance grand tourer, Speedback Silverstone Edition and re-imagined icon, Mini Remastered.

At the Geneva Motor Show with David Brown Automotive

The House of Arnold & Son presents a comprehensive collection of timepieces, from the refined HMS1 with hours, minutes and seconds to the impressive DTE double tourbillon "capitain" watch. Each single timepiece is developed and manufactured in-house by most talented watchmakers and engineers.

Every Arnold & Son calibre, often presented with sophisticated complications, has its own story to tell and reflects the brand’s heritage. The House maintains a philosophy established over 200 years ago by English watch Master John Arnold, combining traditional, hand-finished craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology.

At the Geneva Motor Show with David Brown Automotive

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Arnold & Son manufacture is nested in La Chaux-de-Fonds, cradle of the Swiss watchmaking industry.

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Named after John Arnold, the English watchmaker of the 18th century renowned for his work on chronometers and marine chronometers, Arnold & Son perpetuates the legacy of its namesake from the heart of the modern-day Swiss watch industry.

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