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It’s all in the timing as luxury watch dealer plans city boutique

Former Ajax footballer Nico van der Horst has already sold pieces to a number of Irish sporting stars

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
9th February, 2020
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Nico van der Horst currently runs Pride & Pinion out of the Merchant Hotel in Belfast

A Belfast luxury watch dealer who counts US chat show megastar Ellen De Generes among his clients is planning to open an outlet in Dublin later this year.

Nico van der Horst currently runs Pride & Pinion out of the Merchant Hotel in Belfast, selling high-end collectable watches to wealthy buyers that include several Irish sports stars.

Speaking to the Business Post, van der Horst said the expansion to Dublin had been in the works...

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