Oliver and Clarke, the one-of-a-kind stop for luxury vintage watches, has just recently launched its newly designed e-commerce website, oliverandclarke.com. Offering timepieces ranging from Patek, Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Cartier, and many others, the new website will sell meticulously hand selected vintage watches from the prestigious brands. There are also available features that include 18K gold pieces, moon phases, double reds, and eye-catching two-tones, allowing for customers to have a plethora of choices to choose from in the collection. With a new look on the site, consumers can navigate and browse through the newly done website effortlessly and seamlessly for their perfect timepiece.
Along with the catalog of vintage watches, Oliver and Clarke are constantly on the search to find new gems from vintage Submariners and GMT’s, as well as historical finds like the wildest Omegas – and everything in between. The site features a new offering of both virtual and in person appointments at its LA showroom. Customers can also dive into the archives of the brand, boasting a variety of distinctive timepieces that have been hand-picked by the Founder and CEO, Linden Lazarus. This love of watches can be dated back to when Linden was just 13, when he came across a popular luxury watch retailer in London. Needless to say, he was mesmerized by the sea of timepieces, and believes that day changed everything for him. In the present day at age 20, Linden built Oliver and Clarke into a $15 million business.
Linden shares, “Oliver and Clarke has grown at an unbelievable pace over the last few years. This growth combined with our mission to always provide a better experience for the customer has led us to this update. We believe it will give our clients an even more refined and personable way to purchase the best watches in the world from the comfort of their own home.” OliverandClarke.com is now live, and will be offering rare vintage timepieces such as the following two rarities: the “Salmon Stella” dial Rolex Day-Day from the early 1970’s, and a Paul Newman Daytona.