Graham is an unrepentanly English name for an impeccably English watch. Graham was the surname of George Graham, who was born in 1673, ace watchmaker who lived in Fleet Street, London. Since namesake George Graham is viewed as the father of the chronograph, all Graham watches are chronographs. Most are left-given, with the crown on the left half of the face in customary British dashing design. Graham has some expertise in dashing enlivened watches, while Arnold and Son represents considerable authority in nautical watches. Hence, their customers are very luxury and quality, grandeur and bonton devotee.