Tip: visit SalonQP in London next month
From November 8 – 10 the Saatchi Gallery will be the spot to be for everybody intrigued by watches. That’s where the fourth release of SalonQP, UK’s just fine watches display, and facilitated by QP magazine’s James Gurney, will be held.
After the numerous incredible stories from individual watch lover, who visited SalonQP in earlier years, I’m particularly looking forward to my first SalonQP. Monochrome has just showed you a few new models that you would first be able to see ‘live’ at SalonQP, similar to the Resilience and Classic HMS from Peter Speake-Marin and Sarpaneva’s K0 Wuoksi .
SalonQP has an amazing line-up of exhibitors, similar to Jaeger-LeCoultre, Girard-Perregaux, Piaget and Vacheron Constantin. And furthermore more modest (autonomous) brands will show their assortments and that on itself is a lovely uncommon event, in light of the fact that these brands for the most part don’t have such a large number of dealers.
A ideal opportunity to see and meet autonomous watchmakers like front referenced Peter Speake-Marin and Stepan Sarpaneva. In the event that you like to see Tim and Bart Grönefeld, who won the Timezone watch of the year grant 2011 with the One Hertz, or Andreas Strehler who made the Cocon and co-made the most current Maitre du Temps Chapter Three masterpiece together with Kari Voutilainen. Who will likewise be there with his Vingt-8 that he delivered a year ago and the 2-Eight .
Also Laurent Ferrier (see beneath) will be there with his totally shocking watches and the always enchanting Nick and Giles English with their British watch brand Bremont. Here’s a rundown of all exhibitors .
But there’s more… much more:
I could continue forever, anyway it’s better to clear your timetable on either Friday ninth or Saturday tenth of November and head over to the Saatchi Gallery, to visit SalonQP.
SalonQP opens with a VIP gathering on Thursday 8 November, with the show open to ticket holders on 9 and 10 November, remembering a mixed drink gathering for the Friday night. Here’s a connect to the SalonQP site , where you see more subtleties and furthermore can purchase tickets.
PS. While you’re in London and in for some more watch-love, visit Marcus Watches in New Bond Street . Their assortment resembles a display that on itself merits going to London for.
This article is composed by Frank Geelen, chief proofreader for Monochrome Watches .