I am often surrounded with vintage watches. They have a certain something that really appeals to me. Most modern watches are not nearly as exciting. Then there's Arnold and Son. The sheer amount of detail that goes into producing one of their watches is remarkable. It's the aesthetics that really draw me in though. From the Tourbillon movements of some of their pieces to the giant oversized moon phase of others. They have captivated me since I learned of their existence. I am still new to the world of high end watches but as far as top brands, in my humble opinion, Arnold and Son is creating some of the best out there.
As a member of the New York city based watch group the Red Bar Crew I was given access to almost their entire line of watches. A special event was thrown by Arnold and Son to show the members of our group what it has been producing lately. I brought my lighting set up and medium format digital camera in order to capture up close the things about Arnold and Son that I love.