Watches of Knightsbridge

The London auction house Watches of Knightsbridge was launched in 2011 and is led by father and son Simon and Toby Sutton. It developed out of an earlier watch business that goes back to the 1970s trading from Portobello Road.

It specialises in modern and antique watches of all varieties.


Watches: Why Breitling was ‘the smartwatch of its time’

27 February 2023

The firm established in Switzerland nearly 140 years ago achieved many ‘firsts’ in chronograph production. ATG considers the market for some of the most famous references from the Navitimer to the ‘Thunderball’ Top Time


Watches: The right time for Cartier rarities

14 June 2021

Scarce variations of the classic dress watch come to market as interest rises in vintage Cartier


Rolex Submariner leads selection of watches that tick the boxes

13 April 2020

Since its launch in 1953 there have been well over a dozen distinct references of the Rolex Submariner, with all sorts of minutiae adding up to several hundred different variants.

Rolex stand

Pick of the week: The time to take a stand with vintage Rolex accessories

25 March 2019

Surprise bid highlights demand for vintage Rolex accessories at auction.


Wristwatch previews: £5001 - £30,000

09 July 2018

A selection of wristwatch previews.