One of my favourite aspects of Tudor’s Heritage watches are the small references to the details that are so important to collectors, especially those of their vintage watches. The Black Bay was equipped with a domed sapphire crystal, so beloved of vintage Submariner fans. The Heritage Ranger had ‘drilled lugs’, a small but important detail of vintage Oyster watches (as were the straight endlinks on the reissued Ranger’s steel bracelet). A key focus of vintage watch collecting is also the choice of strap. For many years now there has been an almost cult-like following for the G10 NATO straps – originally used by the armed forces on military issued watches (most famously in this context, the Tudor Submariners of the French Navy, the Marine Nationale). Originally issued only in grey, they are now available in a kaleidoscope of colours to suit every occasion and outfit. Tudor recognised this modern trend […]
Moodys were happy to supply some of our beautiful Jewellery for a photoshoot at Dorfold Hall in Nantwich. The photography for this stunning wedding venue was done by local photographer Helen Williams on a gloriously sunny afternoon and the results were as spectacular as the venue. For full details of all the suppliers involved visit our Facebook page via the link below.
Montres Tudor SA was founded by one of the most important figures in horology’s history, Mr Hans Wilsdorf; the gentleman who was also responsible for founding another goliath of the watch-making world – Rolex. Tudor is considered one of the most innovative of all modern wristwatch brands with new uses of materials (the all ceramic Black Shield) and interesting movement complications (the Heritage Advisor). As the backdrop to all of this is a rich history of which Tudor is rightly proud, celebrated through the hugely successful Heritage watches. The Tudor Heritage releases have been an annual highlight at Baselworld since the Heritage Chronograph (based on the legendary Tudor ‘Homeplate’ Chronograph from 1971) was launched in 2010. The name The Tudor was registered for Hans Wildorf in 1926 and the first Tudors started to appear in 1932, as rectangular and ‘cushion’ shaped watches. These early watches featured the distinctive ‘Long T’ […]
Between the 5th & 7th May we will be exhibiting the Tudor Basel 2016 Collection in-store. This is the first time all the new releases at this years’ International Watch & Jewellery Fair will have been seen in the U.K. – including the new Bronze 43mm Black Bay, the Black Bay 36, Black Bay Dark and all the other new releases, and you will have the chance to meet Moodys Tudor Watch brand ambassador Ross Povey. Ross is a world authority on Tudor watches, both historic and collectable models as well as new, and you will have the opportunity to talk to him about anything Tudor and his review of all the new models. Ross will be with us on the Saturday 7th when he will be available to discuss the new watches and also talk about some wonderful vintage Tudor watches that will also be here that give a whole […]
This year was my third year at Baselworld as a guest of Tudor watches and as ever, it was great fun and a celebration of all things Tudor! I was guest again on the ‘Rolex Ship’…a luxury cruise ship that is taken over by Rolex & Tudor for the duration of the Baselworld event that is moored on the Rhine. My room was equipped with floor to ceiling views of the river and the bustle of city life on the opposite bank of the river. Those of you that have been to Basel will be aware of Les Trois Rois, the grandest hotel in Basel (and my favourite spot for a late night cocktail with friends after a long day of watch watching!). This was the initial meeting place for the now famous Tudor Baselworld Launch Dinner and once all the guests were assembled we were led across the […]