White gold watches have a distinct beauty, but when combined with aviation-inspired aesthetics and some of Britain’s finest in materials, a Bremont white gold watch is without a doubt, miles ahead of anything ever invented before. White gold Bremont watches meld the vintage-inspired pilot’s looks that the company are so world-renowned for, with a contemporary and clean finish, courtesy of the deep silvery lustre of this precious metal. Perfect for wearing to special occasions or for creating those memorable moments in life with, no other luxury wristwatch deserves to be dressed in such grand aesthetics than a stunning Bremont watch.
Bremont use the beauty of white gold metal to signify important milestone reached, like in 2018 when the Royal Airforce celebrated its centenary year. Not only are one of these models from this unprecedented collection crafted from white gold, but all the 1918 timepieces also incorporate a piece of history within their beautifully refined cases. The Bremont 1918 White Gold Limited Edition watch features DNA from a Bristol Blenheim (MK IL 6739), a Supermarine Spitfire (MK IA N3200) and a Hawker Hurricane (MK.I P3717) – all of which flew during the summer of 1940 during the Battle of Britain. Each piece forms a propeller blade situated in the rotor of this white gold Bremont watch, whilst a veneer of wood from the original Shuttleworth Collection’s 1917 SE5a (F-904) is used at the centre. These pieces can be viewed through the back of the case which has been crafted from a sheet of sapphire crystal glass to create a beautiful exhibition caseback.
As with any white gold watch, the polished surfaces of the bezel and case of course, add a sense of luxury and a high-end finish to the design – probably the reason why so many of these limited edition watches (subject to just 75 in the entire world) have been purchased for special anniversary gifts, retirement gifts or birthday gifts. But this white gold Bremont watch is also a desired collectable. For obvious reasons, any limited edition Bremont watch is priceless to a dedicated collector of luxury British watches, but white gold is also a rare feature used in a Bremont watch, making it all the more irresistible.
Of course, this Bremont 1918 white gold watch has also been equipped with plenty of unmissable features. The timepiece showcases a stunning blue opalin metal dial, adorned with polished white gold hands treated with SuperLumiNova technology to enhance readability in low light conditions. The scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass which acts as a protective canopy over all Bremont watches, also promises an insight into the dial that is free from any undesirable glare. The supreme white gold casing is integrated with Bremont’s Trip-Tick® construction, which features independently manufactured sections of the case that come together to create a unique finish to many Bremont watches. The lugs have been designed to meld over the case rim, and the buckle of the smart blue leather strap has also been finished in beautiful white gold to match the rest of the design.