The House of Breguet, founded in 1775, is the epitome of excellence in watchmaking and forms part of the European cultural heritage. Breguet creations have graced the wrists of some of the greatest figures in history. Today, the artisans at the House of Breguet continue to make unique works of art that bear witness to the brand’s rich history.

Symbolizing a proud historical and cultural heritage, as well as avant-garde technology, Breguet has consistently stimulated genuine fascination through its capacity for innovation. From the tourbillon to the gong spring, many of the inventions by Abraham Louis Breguet have left their mark on watchmaking history.


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The watchmaking Maison is widely known for being one of the world’s oldest, but there’s more to the brand than merely its age

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