Trademark registered in in 1962 by Swiss watchmaker Veuve de Philippe Hüther on behalf of Hans Wilsdorf, (the founder of Rolex watches) TUDOR have been fulfilling Wilsdorf's vision to provide Rolex quality watches at a more modest price. However, it wasn't until after the Second World War that Wilsdorf really homed in on defining TUDOR as its own brand and identity.
TUDOR gave Wilsdorf the opportunity to produce watches that were markedly different from traditional Rolex watches and allowed for experimentation with styles and materials that were not typically synonymous with Rolex - helping to give Tudor its now defining look. From the  Black Bay all the way through to the Pelagos, TUDOR has a beautiful collection to suit any wrist on any occasion. 

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