If Breguet holds a special place in our cultural heritage, it is because its founder, A.-L. Breguet (1747-1823), set the standard by which all fine watchmaking has since been judged. Today, his heirs at Breguet still make each watch as a model of supreme horological art.
Breguet’s creativity and ingenuity have not dwindled over time, but have on the contrary steadily increased: witness the fact that since 1999, the list of patents registered during this recent period is now considerably longer than that of the founder’s inventions.
Whether extra-thin models or complicated watches, Classique timepieces are all true to the technical principles, the artistry and the traditional values of the Manufacture.
Inspired by the legendary souscription watches of Breguet, Tradition timepieces suggest both a return to the brand’s origins and a vision of its future.
Breguet's Reine de Naples collection is inspired by an early bracelet watch A.-L. Breguet created for Bonaparte's sister Caroline, Queen of Naples.
Marine watches are based on the traditional Breguet values, while interpreting them in a contemporary way in order to create sporty timepieces.
Designed in the 1950s for the French naval air army, the Type XX returns to the Breguet collection in a civilian version fitted with a self-winding movement.
The House of Breguet is one of the few to have developed internal workshops for engraving, anglage, enameling, and guillochage.
The House of Breguet, founded in 1775, is the epitome of excellence in watchmaking and forms part of the European cultural heritage. Its creations have been owned by of some of the greatest figures in history. The famous Breguet archives house the details of every watch sold since the end of the eighteenth century. Today, the artisans at the House of Breguet continue to make unique works of art that bear witness to the brand’s rich history.
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