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Page and Cooper Club launch

May 28, 2015

Garrick recently attended the Page and Cooper Club launch at the Whip in Mayfair, where the new Hoxton sm302 manual wind watch was on display for the first time.

Page and Cooper manage an elite selection of small brands such as Fortis, Hanhart and Laco and Garrick are very proud to be the newest member of this growing company.

The Whip provided the perfect backdrop for the launch of some stunning timepieces.

The evening brought together a selection of press, watchmakers, bloggers and collectors. It provided a great opportunity for people to meet directly with the brands and their representatives in a very informal setting. Of course, the free alcohol helped things along nicely!

A great success – we just can’t wait for the next one!

 

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