• BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE TRUE ORIGINAL SERIES TINTYPE 02 PHOTOSHOOT

    9th March 2017

    BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE TRUE ORIGINAL SERIES TINTYPE 02 PHOTOSHOOT This is the second series in the True Original Tintype photography campaign. It showcases the Horween Leather Company, and the use of Horween leather for our watch straps.

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  • INGERSOLL & DISNEY LIMITED EDITION COLLABORATION

    9th December 2016

    INGERSOLL & DISNEY LIMITED EDITION COLLABORATION In 1933 the world’s first watch featuring the icon that is Mickey Mouse was created in union with Ingersoll. Using the original designs, each timepiece from this limited edition range has been individually numbered to highlight it’s uniqueness and collectability.

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  • MEET THE HERALD AUTOMATIC WATCH

    9th December 2016

    MEET THE HERALD AUTOMATIC WATCH The Herald is named after the current owners of Ingersoll. The range boasts a line of open dials that show the level of intricate detail that powers this Ingersoll watch range.

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  • MEET THE TRENTON RADIOLITE QUARTZ I03201 WATCH

    9th December 2016

    MEET THE TRENTON RADIOLITE QUARTZ I03201 WATCH The Trenton Radiolite range was designed in acknowledgement of the many innovations that were achieved by Ingersoll, the watch design is a perfect imitation of the original pocket watch. Similar to the original design, the dial contains a sub-dial located at the 6 o’clock position.

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  • BEHIND THE SCENES INGERSOLL TINTYPE PHOTOSHOOT

    25th February 2016

    Behind the scenes of the Ingersoll Tintype photoshoot.

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  • INGERSOLL TRUE ORIGINAL TINTYPE PHOTOGRAPHY

    25th February 2016

    As part of the Ingersoll True Original Series we crafted a family of hand made tintype portraits by Lumiere, from Austin TX. A traveling studio who use only traditional 19th century processes, fitting for the period when Ingersoll began in 1892. A far cry from our beloved modern photography, with its endless streams of disposable imagery. Instead, at the intersection of science and art, we find an alchemy that requires us to slow down and return to the roots of photography. Using a 100 year old lens mounted to a large format camera, the exposed image is formed...

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