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James McCabe

The Master Watch // Automatic // JM-1012-11

By James McCabe
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Product Description

The Master Watch is the ultimate in James McCabe tradition. Inspired by a Golden Age of commerce, revolution, leadership, and invention, the Master Watch is a throw back to an era in which craftsmanship was king. Pioneers like James McCabe were forefathers of modern watchmaking. His timepieces, in association with the iconic names a the time, means the McCabe name will forever be steeped in political and maritime history. His heritage is reflected in the craftsmanship and precision in today's timepieces which bear his name. A quality fluid movement, classic styling, and hand-assembled by British craftsmen, the Master Watch draw upon hundred of years of history to bring you your very own modern take on a historical timepiece.

Product Details
  • ColorsBlack
  • Materials
    Stainless Steel
  • Measurements
    43mm
  • OriginUnited Kingdom

— James McCabe Automatic Watch
— Stainless Steel Case
— Date Window
— See-Through Caseback
— Gold Ion-Plated Bezel
— Black Dial with Gold Index
— Hardened Domed Mineral Lens
— Stainless Steel Bracelet
— Water Resistant to 5 ATM
— Dimensions: 43mm

About the Designer
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James McCabe

James McCabe, born in 1748 was the son of Patrick McCabe, himself a notable watchmaker from County Lurgan in Ireland. James McCabe immigrated to London in 1775 where he established his own business in Bells Building, Fleet Street.

On 8th July 1811, James McCabe was made Senior Warden of the Clockmakers Company, making watches for everyone from Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson to President George Washington. Shortly after his appointment to Senior Warden, James McCabe passed away and his company, now situated at 97 Cornhill Royal Exchange, was passed on to his sons until it closed for the last time in 1879. The House of McCabe was renowned for the sheer variety of its designs and the creativity and prestige of manufacture was celebrated and revered by owners worldwide. These pieces remain highly collectable today and fetch increasingly higher prices at auction houses worldwide

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    United States
  • Shipping Policy
    Discounted Shipping
  • Discounted Shipping
    $10.00 first item / $10.00 each additional
  • Ship In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation