Arnold & Son Watches
Arnold & Son is a Swiss watch manufacturer that was founded in 1764 by Englishman John Arnold in London. The company is known for producing highly complicated watches, including those with tourbillons, minute repeaters, and perpetual calendars. In addition to its technical prowess, Arnold & Son is also known for its aesthetic innovations, such as the use of skeletonized dials and movements.
Arnold & Son produces both men's and women's watches, and offers collections that range from classic and elegant to sporty and contemporary. The brand's most iconic collections include the Time Pyramid, which features a unique pyramid-shaped movement, and the Golden Wheel, which has a central flying tourbillon that appears to float in mid-air.
In 2010, Arnold & Son was acquired by Citizen Watch Company, a Japanese watchmaker that also owns the brands Bulova and Frederique Constant. Despite this acquisition, Arnold & Son continues to operate as an independent Swiss manufacturer and has maintained its reputation for producing high-quality and innovative timepieces.