Speake-Marin is an independent Swiss manufacture run by a passionate watchmaker. Its goal is to produce exclusive watches capable of standing the test of time – both technically and aesthetically. The manufacture was created by Peter Speake-Marin, a master watchmaker from Britain, graduate of Hackney Technical College in London and the prestigious WOSEP (Watchmakers of Switzerland Educational Program) in Neuchâtel. Speake-Marin is also a member of Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI).
For many years he worked in Somlo Antiques, a company from London specializing in the restoration and selling of historical watches. Speake-Marin cooperated also with well-knowns Swiss manufactures like MB&F, Christophe Clatrt or Roger Dubuis. He has been making his own mechanical watches since 2000. His manufacture is located in a little village of Bursins by Lake Geneva. Speake-Marin has also experimented with the silver screen: in 2014, he was a consultant to Pierce Brosnan who was preparing for the role of a watchmaker in “Survivor”. Nowadays, Brosnan is a brand ambassador of Speake-Marin manufacture, which combining the English classic elegance and Swiss technology.
Wealth Solutions was established in 2007 with a mission to provide unique products for collectors. The company was created by experienced enthusiasts of exceptional goods, such as fine Bordeaux wines, top quality whisky, and art. Over the past nine years, more than 8000 clients have trusted Wealth Solutions by purchasing top quality collectibles, choices made by using the company’s expertise.
Wealth Solutions managed to place on the market one of the oldest whiskies ever, the 67-year-old Glen Grant 1949. The cognac houses Tiffon and Bache-Gabrielsen surprised the company’s customers with special editions of a beverage originating from the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. Wealth Solutions was the originator behind the idea of creating the Spirit Watch line, featuring watches with capsules filled with rare and legendary alcoholic beverages. The first in the series – the Cognac Watch – contained the 1762 Gautier cognac. The beverage was officially registered by the Guinness World Records™ as the oldest cognac ever sold on the auction market.