Consigning Your Watch

We may offer to purchase your watch outright, rather than consign it. If we consign it, naturally the higher the value of your watch, the lower our percentage commission. This starts with watch values of circa £20,000 and above.

Consigning Your Watch

We may offer to purchase your watch outright, rather than consign it. If we consign it, naturally the higher the value of your watch, the lower our percentage commission. This starts with watch values of circa £20,000 and above.

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What you need to know

With large physical overheads, traditional retailers and auction houses, are restricted in their competitivity. As an online business, we can price your watch for liquidity, but you still make a better return. In the digital market, we have a worldwide reach and a strong social-media presence. All watches are fully insured whilst in our custody.

The average time-frame between consignment and sale, is eight weeks. Naturally there are exceptions, and if after three months, your watch still hasn't sold, you may request its return, at our expense. If you decide to withdraw the watch from sale during the initial 3 month listing period, you will immediately become liable to pay to us the commission that would have been payable on the sale of the watch.

We guarantee the authenticity of a watch for life and give a 24-month warranty on all our watches after sale, so quality-control is very important to us. We can arrange for servicing or valeting of your watch, if either is appropriate, before listing. We will discuss this with you before agreeing to the consignment. If no cancellation occurs during the 14 day “cooling off” period, or subsequently due to a defect with the watch, we will arrange for payment to you by BACS transfer within 14 working days of the expiry of the “cooling off” period.

For clients in the EU, we offer a sale-on-commission service for your watch, called consignment. Our fee is determined by negotiation, but rarely higher than 15%, dropping to below 10% for pieces of higher value.