Grey Henley Tower Watch Winder

$ 5,484 (Incl. tax for United Kingdom)
  • Product Notes

    Handcrafted in sycamore and finished with grey dyed birch veneer, the Henley Watch Tower holds two SwissKubik watch winding mechanisms, which are hidden from view behind a polished wooden door. Under the lid, which is designed in a elegant book-matched pattern, is a faux suede line compartment perfect for storing small accessories. The box is constructed in sycamore and has a sterling silver plaque on the lid. The watch winders are battery operated with a lifespan of three years. Alternatively they can be charged using a standard USB. The unique computer interface also offers a personalised programming of number of turns per day.

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  • Size Notes
    319cm x 134cm x 137cm
  • Materials and Care Notes

    Made in England

  • Delivery & returns

    This product is in the UK. It will be dispatched in 3-5 working days.

    We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.

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The Story

David Linley has aesthetics in his blood. The son of legendary photographer Lord Snowdon, Linley displayed a talent for woodwork and craft at school before founding his eponymous brand in 1985, with the aim of producing furniture to the highest possible standards. At the heart of this brand is a commitment to British craftsmanship and expertise; among the brand's core values are the quintessentially British characteristics of inventiveness, meticulous attention to detail, ingenuity, creative spirit, eccentricity, sophistication, wit and charm.


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