The Breguet essence lies in a constant process of creation and tireless innovation, always remaining ahead of one's time, while at the same time observing the rules of excellence in engineering and visual harmony which Breguet defined, and which has given birth to the modern art of watchmaking.
Founded by legendary horologist Abraham-Louis Breguet in 1775, the House of Breguet boasts an unparalleled legacy in watchmaking spanning nearly two-and-a-half centuries. Celebrated as the premier watchmaker to European nobility throughout the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Breguet timepieces have been owned by iconic figures such as Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, Queen Marie-Antoinette, Tsar Alexander I, and Sir Winston Churchill, to name a few of the world’s most prominent individuals and patrons of the brand. Having contributed to all facets of watchmaking, Breguet ingenuity and craftsmanship have led to countless innovations that are documented in its famed archives. The timepieces emerging from the Manufacture Breguet in Switzerland are works of art rendered unique by skilled artisans and endowed with genuine soul.
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