The Kelso

In a petite 20mm wide octagonal case, the Struthers' Kelso is available in 18ct white, yellow or rose gold.

The Kingsley is the second instalment in the Struthers’ Tailor-Made range, which allows clients the opportunity to customise their watch from a series of options designed by your watchmakers - Craig and Rebecca Struthers

Every watch is hand-built to order, a process which takes 3-4 months.

As we hand-craft each watch to order, we can add personalised touches throughout. The winding crown of the watch can be made in solid gold or set with sapphire, ruby or diamond as standard options; though we are happy to accommodate requests should you have another preference.

The watch is built around a vintage mechanical movement from the 1960s, which we have refined and refinished in-house. Every movement is hand engraved, and the balance can be seen ticking away beneath a magnified window in the case back.

The Kelso in rose gold

The dial, crafted from sterling silver as standard but available on request in gold, has been decorated using the centuries-old technique of engine turning, using a traditional rose engine to create a sunburst finish.

While black lizard is standard, we are happy to accommodate leather requests for your strap. Please contact us with any special requests you may have.

Examples of The Kelso

20mm, 18ct white gold

£16,500

Guide price. Tax inclusive

20mm, 18ct yellow gold

£16,500

Guide price. Tax inclusive

20mm, 18ct rose gold

£16,500

Guide price. Tax inclusive

Personalised engraving is an optional extra and can either be incorporated on the case back, or concealed within the watch and known only to the client and watchmaker. Every watch we make comes with a certificate of authenticity and its own unique build book, photographically documenting the watch throughout its creation.

The build time for this watch is between 6 to 8 months and we keep our commissioners notified throughout the creation of their watch with progress updates and photographs from the bench. Our clients are welcome to visit our studio and workshops, meet their watchmaker and see their watch being made.

The Kelso: Specification

Movement

recomissioned Longines calibre 320, circa 1960s

Case

20mm octagonal and crafted from 18ct gold rose, yellow, or white gold

Dial

solid sterling silver traditionally rose engine turned and printed

Strap

pictured on lizard, other leathers available on request

Presentation

case created by cabinet makers Method Studio in Linlithgow, Scotland, and crafted from smoked Scottish oak and saddle leather

Would you like to commission your own version of The Kelso? Please contact us using the form below and we'll get back to you to discuss your ideas and options