Grant of London has burst into the world of watches and quickly established a following amongst all those with an eye for design and invention. Taking strong industrial design in the British tradition as its starting point, the company has drawn on its impeccable watch-making credentials to create a range of classically-styled designer watches with lasting appeal. Read more...
The 24-hour shepherd Clock was installed in 1852 and was the first clock to show Greenwich time to the public. It regulates the time ball and transmitted time signal by telegraph from the Observatory.
The time ball has been signalling the time to ships in London‘s docks since 1833. The 1830s prompted the need for regulated time across the country with the advent of the railways and need for coordinated timetables.
This fantastic authentic replica “statement” clock is made exclusively by Grant of London, it has 2 movements and rotates only once every 24 hours and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.