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On Mar 28, 4:20 AM UTC
Lot #UK017

Fears Archival 1930 Piece Unique #WatchFamforUkraine

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The Watch

Estimate: $4,400

The Archival 1930 is a proportional recreation of a rectangular watch Fears first launched in 1930, simply scaled up slightly to suit modern tastes. Its Art Deco inspired dial is a close reproduction of the original and the hands are a solid version of the distinctive pipette-shaped hands Fears uses on its watches.

This particular watch is a special, one-off version of the Archival 1930, featuring a silver dial with Opaline finish and Silver plating, with a polished Black Gold border and Black Gold, diamond cut bevelled hands.

No buyer’s premium is applicable on this #WatchFamforUkraine lot

  • All proceeds will be donated to WCK
  • Please note that the watch will be shipped to the winning bidder directly by the donors. Shipping costs will be covered by the donors, however all import duties and taxes are the responsibility of the buyer
  • Buyers are advised that the charitable purpose of these lots has no impact on the buyer's obligation to pay sales or use taxes, as applicable
  • Winning bidders will be contacted directly by the donors after the auction ends
  • Payment can be made by wire transfer or credit card (Up to $50,000 with a 3% surcharge)

The Details




40mm x 22mm x 8.54mm (thick)


Archival 1930 Piece Unique


ETA 2360




Hand made Black Goat Leather






Stainless Steel (316L)


Box and Papers

Dial Color

Opaline Silver, with a matte finish plated in Silver with numerals printed in Gloss Black, and a polished border in Black Gold

Donated by Fears Watches

"I am very glad to be able to support RedBar and Revolution in raising money for World Central Kitchen at this time of great suffering, by providing this one-off version of one of our watches, made especially for this auction. We do not operate in isolation and its important to help and support those in need during a conflict like this." - Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, (4th) Managing Director