More about Breguet

For more than two centuries, the name of Breguet illuminates the world of Haute Horlogerie. The Breguet factory embodies tradition and innovation with inventions such as tourbillon and pare-chute and have revolutionized watchmaking. Born in 1747 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, its founder, the watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet, is considered a true genius of watchmaking. His many inventions, including the so-called perpetual automatic watch, the spring-stamp, the ratchet or the bumper, the first anti-shock device, earned him the title of master watchmaker in 1784. First tourbillon, first wristwatch , the first musical chronometer, the first keyless winding watch, the first electric clock, Breguet is an absolute reference in the history and creativity of Haute Horlogerie. The brand quickly seduces a prestigious clientele. From Marie-Antoinette to Queen Victoria, from Talleyrand to Winston Churchill, to Tsar Alexander I of Russia, Bonaparte and Arthur Rubinstein, Breguet puts his art at the service of big names. Repurchased by Nicolas G. Hayek in 1999, the brand knows a new boom thanks to the commercial and industrial power of Swatch Group. New movements, including the double tourbillon, are emerging and new models seduce the most demanding enthusiasts.

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