Christmas Wrapping

November 21, 2015

Christmas Wrapping

We are very happy to be offering free Christmas wrapping for the second year running, in store and online.

Only this year it's better, because this year, our wrapping has a story to tell.

Parkway, the street that runs from Camden Town tube station to Regent’s Park, was once called Park Street, and by the early 1900s, it had become one of Camden Town’s main commercial streets.

Fenn’s the grocer is remembered by a resident of that time as being ‘a cut above the rest’ due to the fact that they wrapped all their purchases in brown paper, while the other shops just used newspaper.

So this Christmas, we have followed in the footsteps of the fanciest grocer in Camden Town and are wrapping our watches in brown paper.

A cut above the rest.

Simply tick 'yes please' during the checkout and we'll take care of the rest.




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