A. Lange & Söhne, scion of Saxon watchmaking
Year after year, the Glashütte manufacture brings more proof that fine watchmaking is not the sole preserve of the Swiss. Demonstration with the Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual calendar.
Baume & Mercier, keeping time with time
Staying true to its history and a tradition of workmanship backed up by more than 180 years of expertise, Baume & Mercier has evolved with the times. Combining the art of living and elegance, its watches are made to accompany life’s great moments.
Breitling: in-house motors
Specializing in chronographs and partner of the aeronautics industry, Breitling has marked a crucial milestone by developing its own movements, entirely manufactured in-house.
Chopard: a hive of creation
In order to secure complete control over its production, the Chopard manufacture houses all the jewelry and watchmaking crafts under its roof. Know-how applied with passion by craftsmen whose talent is the key to excellence.
Corum: two flagship collections
In recent years, the watchmaker based in La Chaux-de-Fonds has chosen to split its collections into two groups: Bridges (with its famous baguette movements) and the Admiral's Cup.
Girard-Perregaux, all crafts under one roof
Building on over two centuries of history, the Manufacture blends tradition, design and innovation. At Girard-Perregaux master watchmakers work alongside the new generation.
H. Moser & Cie. At the cutting edge of watch engineering
Relaunched in 2005, H. Moser & Cie. stands out with watches that are equipped with innovative calibers. Just take the Moser Perpetual 1, now equipped with a revolutionary double spiral escapement.
Hanhart, at the service of pilots
In a cockpit or behind the wheel, Hanhart has been putting its chronograph culture at the service of pilots for 130 years. An anniversary marked by a relaunch of the brand on all fronts.
Hermès, galloping into the future
The watchmaking adventure of the legendary Parisian saddler goes back to 1912. One hundred years later, Hermès delves into its past in order to better forge its future by creating its first two manufacture movements H1837 and H1912.
Hublot: the great leap forward
Created in 1980, Hublot has seen rapid growth from 2004. Since then, the firm has earned its place among the paragons of fine watchmaking with explosive products and unusual partnerships.
Jaeger-LeCoultre, duality at the peak
Founded in 1833 at Le Sentier, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Manufacture celebrates 180 years of existence in 2013. By way of a gift, the firm has treated itself to an exceptional piece.
Jaquet Droz, the poetry of time
With off-center displays, reworked complications and refined decoration, Jaquet Droz has made a name for itself among connoisseurs thanks to the original and sleek geometry of its watches.
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