Arnold and Sons history is something a lot of other watchmaking brands would be proud to have. The British watchmaking house traces its roots back to 1762 when John Arnold first opened his workshop in London, impressing many watch connoisseurs, admirals, ship captains, and even King George III with his innovative creations. Today, the brand shows no signs of slowing down with collections such as the Arnold and Son Hornet. With no less than 6 central hands on the dial, it feature hours, minutes, mean solar and equation of time displays, multiple time zones, big date, and a circular month indicator. The 47mm Arnold and Son Hornet comes in either steel or 18k red gold and houses an automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve. Resistant up to 50m, the Arnold and Son Hornet is available in a skeleton version and limited tribute editions.