Zenith watches partners with jeweller Charles Fish to open an exclusive pop up boutique in London

In collaboration with London jeweller Charles Fish, a pop-up boutique in Canary Wharf will showcase Zenith's new timepiece collections for 2013.

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From 16 - 19 September 2013, Swiss watch manufacturer Zenith will team up with luxury London jeweller Charles Fish to open an exclusive pop-up boutique in London.

The boutique - located at two venues in Canary Wharf - will showcase Zenith's new timepiece collections for 2013, as well as a number of magnificent timepieces from its back catalogue. This will be the first in a series of horological pop-up shops from the London jeweller. 

Zenith's watchmaker Alistair Stainthorpe will be participating in the four-day event. Alistair worked on the world-renowned El Primero movement for most of his watchmaking career and will be available for demonstrations and to answer any questions. 

Located at Canada Place on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 September, after which it will move to Jubilee Place, the pop-up boutique will be open from 7.30am to 7pm daily (6pm on Thursday).

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