Old England watches were originally launched by Accurist in 1967 and were seen on the wrists of some of the most famous stars of the period, ranging from Twiggy to Princess Anne. They even produced a special watch for The Beatles' Apple boutique. The brand is being relaunched this week with a new concession at Selfridges.
The new unisex watches take their stylistic cue from the originals designed by Richard Loftus. They've produced three lines: 'Be Brave', watches coloured with bright yellows and pinks; 'Classic Roman', monochrome designs featuring Roman numerals, and 'New Union'. Like the watch pictured above, these are Pop-style watches which, as the name might suggest, all use the Union Jack.
As well as the wrist watches pictured, selected designs are also available as pocket watches and pendants.
Prices start at £90.
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I’m looking to buy an “Old England” wrist watch that was first produced in 1967. My mother brought me 1 back from a biz trip, when I was a child. I still have mine, LOVE IT and want to buy another. If they are producing new 1’s. I want to buy it