A couple of months back, it was accounted for that Peter Speake-Marin would leave the brand bearing his name. The declaration was an ambivalent one for the famed English watchmaker; in spite of his takeoff from the company he established 16 years sooner, Mr. Speake-Marin was more than energized for the following phase of his career—The Naked Watchmaker, a site dedicated to bringing “to another generation the sorcery and energy of watchmaking and to build the information on those generally chomped by the horological bug.” From what was known about the task at the hour of its declaration, The Naked Watchmaker was required to be a genuine blessing or those of us who appreciate getting off course of watchmaking. We’re eager to report that, starting at a couple of days prior, the site is going. The Naked Watchmaker has dispatched with a lot of accessible content, zeroed in essentially on Deconstructions, or nitty gritty and very much captured breakdowns of watches and developments. Deconstructions is separated into six unmistakable categories: Pocket Watches, Independent Brands, Established Brands, Just Movements, Vintage Wristwatches, and Mechanical Marvels. Furthermore, a part of the site named People will feature interviews with industry heavyweights.
It’s great to at last have the option to perceive what Mr. Speake-Marine has had in the works. And dependent on the little sampling of content on proposal at dispatch, I’m eager to watch this undertaking develop. The Naked Watchmaker