We have many trade, private and public customers all around the world who want to buy luxury watches from us.
With over 60 years of experience in the watch and jewellery industry we are experts at watch appraisal and we have in-depth knowledge of the worldwide watch market.
We are happy to buy your items outright, offer part-exchange against a new piece of jewellery or sell your items for you on commission. Our commission service offers excellent value. If you are interested in our commission rates, please contact us for a quote.
List of luxury watches we purchase
Below is a list of some of the brands we are happy to buy. We are also interested in watches from other high-end jewellers. Please visit us or call to ask for a free fully-insured Royal Mail Special Delivery pack to send your watch to us and we’ll happily take a look.
5. Patek Phillipe
7. Audemars Piguet
9. Louis Moinet
10. Vacheron Constantin
11. Franck Muller
Pioneers of the wristwatch since 1905, Rolex are all about performance and prestige. They have made landmark innovations in watchmaking, including the first waterproof wristwatch – the Oyster – and the Perpetual rotor self-winding mechanism. For over a century, Rolex watches have accompanied explorers and achievers around the world, from the top of the highest mountains to the deepest reaches of the ocean.
Omega watches are made with their own trademarked innovative materials such as Liquidmetal, Ceragold – a blend of ceramic and 18k gold, and 18k Sedna rose gold. Their Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch has been part of six lunar missions and they have been official timekeepers of the Olympics since 1932.
Léon Breitling founded his workshop in the Swiss Jura in 1884 and chose to specialise in chronographs and timers, making watches for the aviation industry when they were introduced to provide pilots with enhanced visibility. John Travolta, Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Cruise are fans. This family business is one of the last remaining independent Swiss watch brands.
Graff’s watch collection is inspired by a perfectly-cut diamond. Crafted in Geneva, these exceptional timepieces combine the highest levels of Swiss horology with Graff’s unrivalled gem setting. Their Butterfly and Disco Butterfly Collections are encrusted with diamonds, while their ScubaGraff is the ultimate diving watch and water-resistant to 300m.
Patek Philippe is Geneva’s oldest independent family-owned watch manufacturer. Founded in 1839, the company is constantly pushing the frontiers of watchmaking by filing over 80 patents, including twenty of major importance to horology. Antoine Norbert de Patek and Adrien Philippe wanted to develop, manufacture and assemble the finest timepieces in the world and their company is continuing this tradition today.
The French company was started in 1947 and is now more popular than ever. Their beautiful red boxes are a symbol of luxury and are highly sought-after. Cartier is a pioneer in watchmaking style, expertly blending boldness, passion and elegance. As well as creating the first wristwatch, Cartier also revolutionised watchmaking with their rectangular dial.
Audemars Piguet watchmakers surpass technical boundaries to create ever more demanding mechanisms. Made in Le Brassus for more than 140 years, their entire philosophy revolves around the mastery of complications. Their perpetual calendar houses a mechanical memory that won’t need any adjustments until 2200, their dual time watch displays the time in two time zones and their Calibre 2120/2808 is the world’s first watch to show sunrise and sunset times.
The Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot produce cutting-edge timepieces using the latest materials such as their unique Magic Gold, an 18k gold scratchproof alloy. A place where tradition and innovation coexist, in the Hublot design workshop watchmaking is done differently – the “Art of Fusion” way blending exclusivity, innovation and modernity.
The chronograph was first invented by Louis Moinet in 1816 with his Compteur de Tierces to time the passage of stars and planets. Today Louis Moinet is an independent watch brand located in Saint-Blaise, Switzerland, specialising in high-end timepieces. They often feature exotic material and innovative technology, underpinned by the philosophy of limited-edition mechanical art.
Since 1755, Vacheron Constantin have been creating exceptional timepieces. Past owners include Napoleon Bonaparte, Pope Pius XI, Edward VIII, and Harry Truman. In 2015, Vacheron Constantin crafted the world’s most complicated mechanical watch, Reference 57260. It took three watchmakers eight years to build the 57-complication watch at the request of a client and was valued at between 8 and 20 million dollars.
Franck Muller succeed in combining boldness and creativity with exceptional Haute Horlogerie know-how. The House of Franck Muller opened in 1991 and in 2004, after years of development, they revolutionized the watchmaking industry by making the very first tri-axial tourbillon in the world. The company is proud to fuse modern style with traditional Swiss manufacturing.
Founded in Sentier, Switzerland in 1833 Jaeger-LeCoultre make intricate, beautiful timepieces that are inspired by astrology and travel. At Jaeger-LeCoultre every part of the watchmaking process has been refined – from to becoming one of the first manufacturers to produce and assemble its own watch pallets to decorating the parts, enamelling and jewelling.
We are happy to purchase any luxury watches. Through our sister company Jewellery Cave, we have our own outlet at 48b Hendon Lane, London N3 1TT. Here we have many trade, private and public customers always wanting to purchase branded pre-loved watches.
How We Pay You For Your Watches
Once you apply online, by phone or by live chat for one of our Royal Mail Special Delivery packs, we will send you one with a pouch to put your watch in. You can then fill in the form and send the pack back to us from your local Post Office. Our free pack is insured for up to £500. If your goods are worth more, which normally they are, then when you go to the Post Office please say that you wish to pay an extra £2 on our parcel which will then give you insurance cover up to £2500.
When your parcel arrives the next day before 1pm we will sign for it. Once we have evaluated your watch we will contact you by phone to tell you the maximum price we can pay.
If you are happy with our offer we will then ask for your bank details and do a BACS transfer direct into your account the same day.
In the unlikely event of us not purchasing your watch, we will return it to you free of charge, in a fully-registered pack. This pack will be covered by us irrespective of its value for the maximum insurance value of £2500.
If you do not feel comfortable using the Royal Mail, please come in and visit us at our premises at 48b Hendon Lane, London N3 1TT.
Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm without an appointment or
Saturday 9am – 1pm by appointment only.
Telephone us on 020 8446 8538
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Our in-house diamond experts have between them 50 years experience within the diamond and jewellery industry. This gives the assurance that we are well placed to offer you the best possible price within the market for your goods. Our process is transparent, friendly, safe and quick. All your goods sent to us are all fully insured whilst in our possession under our Jewellers Lloyds of London Insurance Policy.