Tudor was founded by Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex in 1926. A sister company to Rolex based in Geneva, Tudor was established with the idea of creating more accessible timepieces without compromising on the quality or dependability. The brand was named after the British Dynasty from 1485-1603, and the brand's rose and shields logo established in 1960 comes from the famed 'War of the Roses.'
Over the course of time, Tudor became known for its tool watches, with timpieces for professional divers and the military created from the mid 20th century onwards. Some of the most popular vintage models include the Oyster Prince, launched in 1952, and the Submariner, launched in 1954.
Our specialist Fine Jewellery & Watch auctions are held 4 times a year and include the whole spectrum of jewellery, from modern and designer pieces to antique jewels, coloured gemstone jewellery to fine diamond rings. Our department is headed by Liz Bailey who is FGA and DGA qualified, with many years experience in the industry. We offer a free valuation service as well as a free collection service for items consigned to these auctions.
Contact our qualified specialist Liz Bailey to find out more.
The knowledge and passion of our experienced team enables us to achieve top prices for our vendors. For a free, no-obligation valuation complete the form below or click to find out how to sell in our auctions.