Muller Benjamin Watches

For something fresh and new on our blog I thought I’d cover what Muller Benjamin has been up to since starting his own brand. I was doing my daily reading over on the WatchUSeek forums and the owner Ernie posted about the first collected dubbed “Spyder”.



 
M.Benjamin has known nothing but watches growing up and it’s interesting to see the young talent coming out with their vision. After thousands of hours working on other watches, Mr Benjamin’s first collection is certainly unlike anything you’ve seen before. Like me, M. Benjamin is a lover of fine cars and has themed the Spyder collection after that inspiration and passion.

Raised in the watch-making world, his father had launched the Bugatti’s watch brand in the 1980s, while he was designing master works for famous watch and jewellery manufacturers. Benjamin joins the family company in the year 2000 as creator and designer-maker of watches and jewels. Benjamin is a rare French designer working in the high level watch-making and considered the inheritance of the independent watchmakers. His experience allows him to supervise the entire work, from elaboration to finished product, whether is for the fitting or the movement part. Having worked for 10 years for international watchmakers and jewellers, in order to express its ideas, Benjamin started its own brand M. Benjamin.

I would love to hear what you folks think about his work and hit like and share it to help spread the word for this talented French watch maker. As of right now you can only score these watches in France at a few locations which you can find here on their website.

Visit On The Web: http://www.muller-benjamin.com/
Visit On Facebook: /mbenjamin.watches

Ryan Clark
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1 Comment
  • Ryan Clark
    Posted at 16:48h, 29 November Reply

    really interesting compared to what I'm seeing coming out from other workshops.

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