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Patek Philippe

An uncompromising commitment to superlative watchmaking is the hallmark of this family owned company, a veritable horological citadel known and admired across the world as Patek Philippe. Since 1839, creating an uncompromising standard by which other institutions are measured but few have equaled. Consider that 100% of Patek Philippe mechanical movements have been awarded the coveted “Geneva Seal” – an institution established in 1886 and still considered the highest official standard for watchmaking in the world! Having long exceeded this standard (more than 99% of all other watchmakers have never achieved the Geneva Seal even once in their entire history!) ... Read more & see collections


For more than two centuries, numerous references in French and other literature have borne witness to the scope and depth of Breguet’s international influence. Breguet has become such an intrinsic part of European culture, that his name inevitably springs to mind when one is seeking to depict the aristocracy, the bourgeoisie, or simply a luxurious, refined environment characterized by high standards. What greater proof of his reputation – and what more truly unsolicited and spontaneous publicity – could one imagine than an allusion to Breguet watches in literary works by Balzac, Alexandre Dumas, Stendhal, Jules Verne, or even the great ... Read more & see collections


The International Watch Company (IWC) is a combination of an American dream and Swiss technology to produce top quality watches. In 1869, Florentine Ariosto Jones, an American from Boston, utilized the world-renowned Swiss watch making craftsmen and rented his first factory in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. His objective was to draw from all the excellence of the American watch system of mechanism with the intense skillful watch craftsmanship of the Swiss. In 1875 IWC completed its own building on the Banks of the Rhine River. Overlooking the magnificent river, the IWC factory remains the only watch factory in East Switzerland to this ... Read more & see collections

Vacheron Constantin

One of the greatest names in Swiss watch making, Vacheron Constantin is the archetype of the Prestige Swiss Watch Company. With a customer list in their Golden Book that reads like a veritable World Who’s Who of the past two and a half centuries, Vacheron Constantin’s pedigree and recognized brand cachet is without question. That they have maintained their position at the apex of the watchmaking firmament throughout their existence, across the years and spanning the generations makes their reputation all the more impressive.The store of horological riches in the archives and the museum of the company are a testament ... Read more & see collections

A. Lange & Sohne

Superb craftsmanship – both inside and out – defines A. Lange & Sohne. This full-fledged German manufacturer of its own movements and finished timepieces adheres to outstanding horological standards in each of the complex and elegant timepieces it creates. A. Lange & Söhne prides itself on the opulence and high quality craftsmanship of its creations. The elite and successful business crowd is often seen wearing these watches at important events and lavish parties. The company’s historic roots date back to the mid-1800s. This extraordinary brand began back in 1845 when watches were created by German founder, Ferdinand Adolph Lange. For ... Read more & see collections


As one of the most well known and highly respected luxury timepiece manufacturers in the world, Swiss watch maker Jaeger-LeCoultre has been a powerhouse of horological engineering and design for more than 175 years. Jaeger-LeCoultre was a leading supplier of watch parts and movements to many of the most advanced Swiss Watchmakers. While they still supplied parts and movements to those companies, they introduced their own line of watches – manufactured completely in-house. And to this day, Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of the few companies in Switzerland that still produces its own movements, cases, dials, hands, and bracelets. Virtually every single ... Read more & see collections

Ulysse Nardin

The tradition of Ulysse Nardin watches began in 1846. Ulysse Nardin established his company in 1846 and throughout the course of 150 years of watchmaking, the company has been widely respected as a specialist in marine chronometers. Ulysse Nardin was first trained in horology by his father, Leonard-Frederic Nardin. He later perfected his skills under the supervision of master watchmakers Frederic William Dubois and Louis JeanRichard-dit-Bressel. Ulysse Nardin marine chronometer watches are among the most reliable and accurate ever made and are still sought by collectors around the world. The company has commissioned accurate timepieces for the navies of nearly ... Read more & see collections


Glashütte—a small town tucked away between forests and hills, south of Berlin and near Dresden—is located in the eastern Ore Mountains. The watches made in Glashütte are world-famous, and the watchmakers also count amongst the world leaders in fine watchmaking. What they and the designers, watchmakers, and toolmakers can do here are things that their colleagues elsewhere would struggle to do—because watches have been made in Glashütte for many generations, since 1845, in fact. Watches with unique features that can only be found here; watches of the highest quality. NOMOS Glashütte (240 employees, a number of patents, more than 130 ... Read more & see collections