ACCESSORIES & CLOCKS
FOR 150 YEARS THE NAME COMITTI HAS UPHELD AN UNSURPASSED REPUTATION FOR CRAFTING FINE RECORDING INSTRUMENTS. DURING VICTORIAN TIMES THE COMPANY FURTHER BUILT ITS REPUTATION AS ONE OF ENGLAND’S FINEST CLOCKMAKERS, AND THIS IS STILL THE CASE TODAY.
Many Comitti clocks from the 1800s are now sought after rarities and carry enormous value. But even in modern times the company still creates some of the most desirable clocks in the world. It’s not surprising, then, that Comitti enjoys a global following of passionate enthusiasts, keen to call an original piece their own.
However, accessing a Comitti timepiece and establishing its authenticity is not so easy. That’s why it makes sense to bring your enquiry to David Duggan. We are one of the very few London based brokers to stock and sell Comitti clocks. What’s more, as an agent for Comitti, our long experience equips us to advise you in detail on your purchase, offering a bespoke level of service and aftercare that you simply won’t find from other more general outlets.
We also specialise in the provision of luxury watch accessories, including a full range of watch straps and beautiful quality travel cases and safes to protect your collection wherever you are. Simply contact us to enjoy personal, transparent and efficient advice, supported by 150 years’ combined experience in the field of luxury watch brokerage.
- Sep 13
In August, admirers of fine wine and watches gathered to celebrate joint passions with an exclusive event hosted by David Duggan, Tudor watches and Corney & Barrow.
- Sep 12
Halfway through Grand Prix season, David talks turbo timepieces with our friends over at Watchuseek and Ape to Gentleman magazine.
- Aug 10
David looks at this iconic line of manual wind Oyster watches and its history indebted to aviation.
- Jun 02
Over the coming weeks, we bring you highlights from watch houses from the biggest watch and jewellery fair in the world.
- Apr 19
This year's Baselworld had a distinctively vintage feel. Read our field notes on the watch and jewellery exhibition's 100th anniversary.