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The Graham watch company traces its roots back to 1695 with the master watchmaker George Graham. George Graham was an inventor, not a businessman. His focus was developing interesting and innovative technologies, not turning a profit. Graham was frequently found partnering with fellow horologists, collaborating and sharing ideas to further the technological advancement of the industry. His talents and passions led him to work for famed clock maker and watchmaker Thomas Tompion, who is known as the Father of English Clockmaking. After Tompion's death in 1713, Graham took over the business. In the years to follow, Graham built his reputation in the region and became a pillar of the clockmaking and scientific industries. He received several accolades for this work, such as being elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society and becoming Master of the Clockmaker's Company. Fast forward over two hundred fifty years later to modern day. The Graham name was born again into the watchmaking industry in 2001 with the creation of the Graham watch company.
Inspired by George Graham's spirit and curious inventions, industry veteran Eric Loth revived the Graham name nearly fifteen years ago. Loth began his career in the watch industry as a Product Development Manager for the esteemed brand, the Swatch Group. Years later, he took over as the head of Bulgari watches. After a few years in this role, Loth set out on his own and established Les Monts SA and P2M Consulting, which allowed him to work with some of the most prestigious watch brands in the industry, such as Rolex, Audemars Piguet, and countless others. With decades of experience under his belt, he worked to found the Graham watch company in 2001 with a mission to uphold George Graham's watchmaking legacy.