10 Things You Didn’t Know About Ashford Watches

As the years have gone by, many luxury watch companies have made their impact in the fashion and timepiece industry, showing their talent for hand crafted and eccentric pieces. With the advancement of technology throughout the years, these companies have also been able to expand their horizons in terms of reaching their clientele, and bringing one of a kind pieces to hundreds of thousands of collectors and watch wearers. One of the most prominent of these luxurious watch companies is that of Ashford Watches, which has made quite an impact in the industry itself throughout its history. In this article, we are going to count down ten things you may not know about the Ashford watch company, and what makes them such a fantastic retailer. Let’s get started.

1. International Business

Not only are the United States headquarter throughout the nation, including in New York and Houston, but the company also has operators that work internationally as well. Many of these are located in Asia, with call centers in Beijing, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and others as well.

2. They Are One Of The Oldest Online Retailers In The Timepiece Industry

Ashford.com, as an online retailer, was initially founded back in 1997, and has continued to bring the creative innovation and luxurious design for the past 21 years.

3. Controversy With Merchandise

As we will elude to further in this article, there have been numerous accounts of speculation when it comes the overall quality and authenticity of the merchandise that is sold through the Ashford company. While it is considered a secondhand and grey market company, the site guarantees that all products are genuine, but allows them to be offered at more affordable prices, thus allowing for everyone to feel the luxury that they so rightly deserve.

4. Often Partnered With Other Companies As Well

Throughout the course of its history, which began in the late ’90s, Ashford has struck partnerships with prominent online retailers to allow the to sell other luxury products as well. Some of these companies have included Amazon and even EBay.

5. Not Always Ashford

The company actually took the name Ashford in April of 1999. When the company was first created a few years prior, it was known as Newwatch Company, Inc.

6. They Carry All Of The Luxury Watches You Can Imagine

When you go to the official site for the company, you will find that you aren’t just limited to Ashford watches. In fact, the company and site also carries many of the well known luxury brands that you search for, including Gucci, Fossil, and several others as well.

7. Not Necessarily An Authorized Dealer

However, we are not saying that they are illegitimate by any means. In fact, the company has a reputable stance for bringing the best and most luxurious of authorized watches. With that said, it is technically like going through a secondhand company to buy the watch, which in turn allows you to get the same watches for better price than from the original company.

8. Watches, And So Much More

As we eluded to previously, Ashford is a company that not only brings you the luxury watches that you crave, but you can also find several other luxurious items as well. This includes, but is not limited to, men’s accessories, fine jewelry, and other fashionable items.

9. Considered A ‘Grey Market’ Company, So To Speak

For more of a slang term, Ashford, just like several other retailers that are online, are considered the grey market for buying these luxurious watches and other items. While the site does guarantee authenticity with their merchandise, there are always those few who question what’s real and what’s not.

10. Live And In Person

If you aren’t into buying online, especially when it comes to more luxurious items (including watches and other time pieces), there is an Ashford headquarters, which is currently located in New York City, right on 5th Avenue’s shopping district.

As we have mentioned, there is a bit of controversy with the Ashford watch company; Then again, there is always controversy when it comes to these companies and various retailers that operate as a secondhand marketplace. Regardless, it is clear to see that the Ashford company has done well for itself in its 21 years of business as one of the greatest online retailers, and continues to do so to this day. If you would like more information on the Ashford watch company, or would like to see what merchandise they sell, you can find everything you need on their site.


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