|George Graham was awarded the title of “Master”
before taking over the business of great timepiece-maker, Thomas Tompion,
in 1713. During his life, Graham’s research resulted in innovations that
are still in use today. In fact, Graham is credited with the first
To illustrate the uniqueness of his early innovations, Graham watches are produced only with complicated and innovative chronograph movements, thereby continuing the work of the British Master in the pursuit of new technical solutions. Along with their mechanical movements, Graham watches are fashioned with stainless-steel cases, crocodile skin bands, and many other quality features.
The Foudroyante is the most complicated chronograph ever made. In addition to split-second chronograph, the main addition lies in a hand that rotates a full 360 degrees every second. Another model available is the Flyback, the only COSC certified watch. As a symbol of their quality, the British Master’s symbol is engraved on the back of all Graham watches.
Graham Watches at Ashford