The Fears Brunswick Blue has an exceptional amount of detail in its watch that you probably wouldn't notice upon first glance. The German-made dial requires 56 individual processes to get their dials just right and this includes everything from a special galvanic blue that has a high failure rate during application and laser-cut steel hands that are bevelled and polished by hand in the UK. The 38mm stainless steel cushion case houses a top-grade ETA 7001 manually-wound movement. Made by hand in small batches, the watch can be accessorized with three different leather strap options that are made by one of Britain's oldest tanneries.
£2,791 (approx. $3,619), fearswatches.com