Named after one of the most affluent districts of London containing an abundance of luxury shops and upper-class housing, the Mayfair collection features a range of stylish watches that are the pinnacle of simple elegance.
White strap/white deck surrounded by a lustrous silver dial
From 1686 to 1764, the "May Fair" took place every year at Great Brookfield - now known as Shepherd Market - and featured outdated acts such as bare-knuckle fighting, semolina eating contests and women's foot races. But as all good things must end, the fair eventually became disreputable.
In the wake of its abolishment, the Grosvenor family, whose estate is situated at the centre of the neighborhood, sparked the development of the area imbuing it with culture and wealth.
Mayfair, London, 1955: Berkeley Street
As it has gained the reputation of an upper-class quarter - or more internationally known as the most expensive property on the standard British Monopoly board at £400 - 'Mayfair' is an inherently opulent word, connoting luxury and chic style.
In an effort to characterise these qualities, Blenheim Watch has kept the design for our Mayfair Navigator collection simple.
The bold dials and unostentatious straps lend a sophisticated appearance to the wearer. Coming in a range of colours: the deep green and blue hues are rich, while the black and white choices have a more professional and polished air.
Moreover, these timepieces are equipped with luminous dials and are waterproof up to 5ATM, allowing the user to tell the time even in the darkest of underwater chasms.
Mayfair Navigator watch offers all the cutting-edge features that are perfect for water sports enthusiasts, while the Mayfair collection has perfected the effortlessly refined style.