- A Lange Sohne(39)A Lange Sohne was founded in 1845 by Ferdinand Adolph Lange in the town of Glashutte, near Dresden, in the eastern state of Saxony.
A. Lange & Sohne is a trademark of German watchmaking company Lange Uhren GmbH ("Lange"), a subsidiary of Richemont SA. Lange pocket
and wrist watches are among the finest in the world, competing with watches produced by Swiss firms.
- Audemars Piguet(35)The roots of Audemars Piguet date back to 1874, when the 23-year-old Jules-Louis Audemars met Edward-Auguste Piguet, then only 21,
at Vallee de Joux, which is considered to be the cradle of prestige watch-making. Their hometown was Le Brassus. When they graduated
from school they went to Vallee de Joux to start working in their favorite field of watch manufacturing.
- Baume Mercier(107)Baume et Mercier (bohm ay mers-yay) is a Swiss luxury watchmaking company founded in 1830. It is owned by Richemont, and with
Cartier and Piaget they make up the core of the group. This company is represented in 75 countries and produces around 200,000
watches a year.
- Bedat Co(59)Bedat & Co is a Swiss watch brand that specializes in feminine luxury timepieces. The company was founded in 1996 by Simone Bedat
and her son Christian Bedat. Bedat & Co watches are sold on four continents. Today, Bedat & Co is owned by LuxuryConcepts
Timepieces, a Malaysian-based firm.
- Bell Ross(219)Bell & Ross is a French watch company headed by Swiss designers Bruno Belamich and Carlos A. Rosillo. The brand was launched in
1992, and the first watches were designed by Belamich and Rosillo and made by a German watchmaker, Sinn.
- Blancpain(93)Blancpain started making watches in 1735 in Villeret, Switzerland. According to their commercial slogans, like some other watches
companies with low technology so can't produce a quartz watch, the company has never produced quartz watches in the past and has
stated in its advertisements that it never will, nor have they ever produced watches with digital displays. In comparison to a large
watch maker like Rolex, which makes about 2,000 watches a day, Blancpain produces fewer than 10,000 watches a year. Each watch is
made by a single watchmaker.
- Breguet(32)Breguet is a manufacturer of luxury watches, founded by Abraham-Louis Breguet in Paris in 1775. Currently part of The Swatch Group,
its timepieces are now (since 1976) produced in the Vallee de Joux in Switzerland. Breguet is one of the oldest surviving watch-
making establishments and is the pioneer of numerous watch-making technologies, the most notable being the tourbillon, invented by
- Breitling(436)Breitling is a brand of Swiss watches produced by Breitling SA, a private company headquartered in Grenchen, Canton of Solothurn
(originally founded in Saint-Imier, Bernese Jura by Leon Breitling in 1884). The watchmaker offers high-end Certified Chronometers
designed primarily for aviation use. Many Breitling watches are equipped with additional functions such as the flyback function,
split-second, moon phase, date display and other complications.
- Bvlgari(364)Bvlgari is established in Italy in 1884. The trademark is usually written "BVLGARI" in the classical Latin alphabet (where V = English U), and is derived from the surname of the company's Greek founder, Sotirio Voulgaris (1857 - 1932). Although the company
made a name for itself with jewelry, today it is a recognized luxury brand that markets several product lines including watches,
handbags, fragrances, accessories, and hotels.
- Cartier(309)Cartier S.A., commonly known as "Cartier" which is a French luxury jeweler and watch manufacturer. Cartier was founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier when he took over the workshop of his master. In 1874, his son Alfred Cartier took over the administration of the company, but it was Alfred's sons Louis, Pierre and Jacques, who were responsible for establishing the worldwide brand name of Cartier.
- Chopard(153)Chopard is a Swiss based luxury watch, jewelry, and accessories company founded in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard at the age of 24.
Chopard initially concentrated on developing precise pocket watches and chronometers based upon innovative ideas. Chopard is
regarded as a manufacture, in other words that they make many of their watches and movements in-house rather than using the base
movements (ebauches) of other manufacturers.
- Chronoswiss(68)Chronoswiss is a German watch manufacturer based in Karlsfeld. The company was founded by Gerd R. Lang in 1983 with the mission to
make the most extraordinary mechanical timepieces. Prior to founding Chronoswiss, Lang had gained significant experience in
manufacturing movements for other major brands. Chronoswiss tries to stay exclusive by only producing about 7,000 watches per year.
- Corum(207)Corum is a Swiss watchmaker based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Canton of Neuchatel. Founded in 1955, it makes high-quality and high-price
watches, many of which are limited editions and thus especially pricey. The benchmark watch series for Corum is its "Admiral's Cup"
series. Corum has also been the maker of the World Series of Poker watches that accompanied World Series of Poker bracelet in 2007,
and became the maker of the bracelets themselves in 2007.
- Franck Muller(77)Franck Muller (born July 1958) is a noted Swiss watchmaker and the company of the same name known for creating complicated
timepieces. The brand of watches carries the slogan "Master of Complications". Franck Muller timepieces are famous for their fusion
of "modern" style, mostly inspired by American watches from the thirties, like Elgin tonneau, and traditional Swiss watch
manufacturing. The president of the company that holds its name is Frank Muller himself. He claims to design the mechanism of every
watch by himself.
- Girard Perregaux(211)Girard-Perregaux is a high-end Swiss watch manufacture with its origins dating back to 1791. Headed by the Macaluso family, it is
situated in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland and is a part of the Sowind group. Girard Perregaux is a world renowned watch brand,
which was found in Geneva, Switzerland with one of the longest histories in timepieces field.
- Glashutte(167)Glashutte Original is a German watchmaking company founded in 1994 by the privatization of VEB Glashutter Uhrenbetriebe (GUB). GUB
was an East German conglomerate formed in 1951 from the watch companies based in Glashutte. This included A. Lange & Sohne, founded
in 1845. Glashutte Original is one of the few watchmakers that uses its own movements, and it has 10 proprietary movement
innovations. Glashutte Original is currently owned by The Swatch Group.
- Graham(44)Graham is a relative new watch brand but it has been achieving more and more favour by watch collectors around the world for the
steady quality and innovative styles of it. It can rightfully claim that Graham will be a new star of top watches because of its
unique style of designs and advanced brand idea.
- Hamilton(445)The Hamilton Watch Company was established in 1892 and was originally formed to produce high quality pocket watches and wristwatches
mid-range and luxury. Hamilton would become a corporate conglomerate diversified in other operations. The Hamilton brand name still
exists in name as a division of a major Swiss assembler of production grade mechanical and quartz wristwatches.
- Harry Winston(55)Harry Winston (March 1, 1896 - December 28, 1978) was an American jeweler. He donated the Hope Diamond to the Smithsonian
Institution in 1958 after owning it for a decade, and traded the Portuguese Diamond to the Smithsonian in 1963.
- Hublot(73)Hublot is a Swiss enterprise creating luxury watches and founded in 1980 by Carlo Crocco. The company currently operates as a wholly
owned subsidiary of France's LVMH. A scion of the Italian Binda Group dynasty, best known for making Breil watches, Carlo Crocco
left the company in 1976 to strike out on his own and create a new watch company. Moving to Switzerland he formed MDM Geneve and set
about designing a watch that he named the Hublot after the French word for "porthole".
- IWC(135)International Watch Co, also known as IWC, is a high-end Swiss watch manufacturer located in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. IWC is an
active member of the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry FH. Located in Schaffhausen, IWC Schaffhausen is notable for being the
only major Swiss watch factory located in eastern Switzerland, as the majority of the well-known Swiss watch manufacturers are
located in western Switzerland. Notwithstanding, the lingua franca of IWC is German.
- Jacob Co(87)Jacob & Co. is a young brand, was founded in NewYork in 1981 by Jacob Arabo. Athough Jacob Arabo is a newcomer of timepieces field,
it has been winning more and more reputations from the customers of all over the world.
- Jaeger LeCoultre(61)Jaeger-LeCoultre is a high-end luxury watch and clock manufacturer based in Le Sentier, Vaud, Switzerland. In addition, Jaeger-
LeCoultre also has a long tradition of supplying movements and parts to other prestigious watch companies in Switzerland. Since
1996, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been a fully owned subsidiary of the Swiss luxury group Richemont. Their watches compete with other high
-end brands such as Patek Philippe & Co, Vacheron Constantin, and Audemars Piguet.
- Longines(446)Longines is a Swiss luxury watchmaker based in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. The company was originally founded by Auguste Agassiz in
1832 and it currently holds the oldest registered logo for a watch company (a winged hourglass). Longines is currently owned by the
- Michele(155)Michele is a world famous watch brand which named from the founder's name. It is popular with customers all over the world, because
its high quality and elegant design. Michele came out as a new star of watch field, it claims that it will never compete with those
old top watches about the complicated function of watch, but keep creating its unique jewelry watches.
- Montblanc(48)Montblanc International GmbH is a German manufacturer of writing instruments, watches and accessories, often identified by their
"White Star" logo. Montblanc was founded by the stationer Claus-Johannes Voss, the banker Alfred Nehemias and the engineer August
Eberstein in 1908, the company began as the Simplo Filler Pen company producing up-market pens in the Schanzen district of Hamburg.
- Movado(151)Movado is a Swiss luxury watch company whose name is Esperanto for "continuous movement". Movado was founded in 1881 in La Chaux-de
-Fonds, Switzerland by Achilles Ditesheim. The company was purchased by arts enthusiast Gedalio Grinberg of New York in 1983; his
son, Efraim Grinberg, is the current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Movado Group, Inc. The North American President of
Movado and ESQ by Movado is Alan Chinich.
- Omega(480)Because of advanced technology in creating top-class watches, Omega is always the pioneer of timepieces field. Omega has gone
through the course of 150 years since its birth. Omega has a world-wide reputation for exquisite craftsmanship and elegant design of
watches. It is no doubt that Omega will be the eternal classic ideal in the history of watch.
- Panerai(103)Officine Panerai Marketing e Communicazioni Srl, a wholly owned subsidiary of Compagnie Financi¨¨re Richemont S.A., designs,
manufactures, markets and sells watches under the Officine Panerai brand through authorized dealers and company-owned boutiques
worldwide. Giovanni Panerai (1825¨C1897) founded Officine Panerai in Florence, Italy in 1860. Officine Panerai maintains its
headquarters in Florence but manufactures watches in Neuchatel, Switzerland using both movements manufactured in-house and movements
manufactured by ETA S.A.
- Patek Philippe(103)Patek Philippe & Co. (PP) is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer located in Geneva and the Vallee de Joux. Polish watchmaker Antoni
Patek started making pocket watches in 1839 in Geneva, along with his fellow Polish migrant Franciszek Czapek. They separated in
1844, and in 1845 Patek joined with the French watchmaker Adrien Philippe, inventor of the keyless winding mechanism. In 1851, Patek
Philippe & Co was founded.
- Piaget(49)Piaget SA is a Swiss luxury watchmakers and jewellers, founded in 1874 by Georges Piaget in the village of La Cote-aux-Fees. The
company belongs to the Swiss Richemont group, specialists in the luxury goods industry. The company was founded as a manufacturer of
watch movements but began marketing its own line of prestigious watches in the 20th century.
- Porsche Design(39)Porsche Design Group (Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG), based in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany, was founded in
November 2003 by as a majority-owned subsidiary of Porsche AG to combine Porsche AG¡¯s and Porsche Design Group¡¯s accessories and
licensing business into one single company.
- Rado(197)Rado is a Swiss manufacturer of watches, with headquarters in Lengnau, Switzerland. It is noted for its use of scratch-proof
materials, a field in which it is considered a pioneer. Today the company produces about half a million watches a
year with a staff of about 470 in total. Rado's watches are obtainable in more than 150 countries, at over 5900 ponts of sale. The
most important markets are Southeast Asia, Japan, China, Middle East as well as countries within Europe (Switzerland, Germany,
Italy) and the USA.
- Richard Mille(12)As one of the top wrist watches, Richard Mille has created the most precise tourbillion watches with its revolutionary victory. In
2001, Richard Mille launched its first wristwatch and achieve a great success and become world famous for it. Richard Mille designs
its watches with the inspiration of Formula One Grand Prix.
- Roger Dubuis(24)Roger Dubuis is the brand name of luxury watches and jewellery founded by Carlos Dias and Roger Dubuis. Dubuis, a talented
watchmaker, founded his own atelier in 1980 after 14 years of developing complications for Patek Philippe. He took commissions to
design new complications for major brands for several years. Carlos Dias, a designer for Franck Muller, joined Dubuis to launch the
brand. Roger Dubuis was born in Geneva and all of his watches, strongly associated with that culture, are submitted to the quality
hallmark of the Poincon de Geneve as well as receiving chronometer certifications.
- Rolex(711)Rolex SA is a Swiss manufacturer of high-quality, luxury wrist watches. Rolex watches are popularly regarded as status symbols and
Business Week magazine ranks Rolex #71 on its 2007 annual list of the 100 most valuable global brands. Rolex is also the largest
single luxury watch brand, producing about 2,000 watches per day, with estimated revenues of around US$3 billion (¡ê1.75) (3.02 CHF
billion) (2003 figures).
- Tag Heuer(343)TAG Heuer is a Swiss luxury watchmaker known for its sports watches and chronographs. It is a division of luxury goods company LVMH
Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton. The company motto is "Swiss Avant-Garde Since 1860". In addition to watches, TAG Heuer produces glasses
and cell phones. The TAG Heuer company has its roots in 1860 when Edouard Heuer founded a watchmaking company in St-Imier,
Switzerland, patenting his first chronograph in 1882. In 1887 Heuer patented an 'oscillating pinion' still used by major watchmakers
for mechanical chronographs.
- Tudor(93)Tudor was introduced by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf in 1946. Tudor is actively marketed and sold in most countries around the world
including Australia, Canada, most of Europe, India, Mexico, and in South Asia, the Middle East, South Africa and most countries in
South America (Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela in particular). Sales of the Tudor line were discontinued in the United States in
- U-Boat(62)U-Boat is a new brand, founded in Italy by Italo Fontana in 2000. U-Boat watches has been deeply welcomed by arm watch fans since
this brand came out . Great U-boat features fortitude, solid and most of them are made with big calibre. Italian design combines
flawless Swiss movement make U-Boat watch is very unique and of reliable quaity.
- Ulysse Nardin(66)Ulysse Nardin is a watch manufacturer founded in 1846 in Le Locle, Switzerland. Historically Ulysse Nardin was best known for being
a manufacturer of marine chronometers, but today Ulysse Nardin produces complicated mechanical watches. Founder, watchmaker Ulysse
Nardin, was an accomplished watchmaker who studied horology under his father, Leonard-Frederic Nardin, Frederic William Dubois, and
Louis Jean Richard-dit-Bressel, in Switzerland.
- Vacheron Constantin(59)Vacheron Constantin was founded in Geneva, Switzerland in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron. This makes it the oldest watch manufacturer in
the world with an uninterrupted history. Vacheron Constantin is a Swiss manufacture of prestige watches and a brand of the Richemont
group. Considered by the watches enthusiast as the best traditional watch maker in the world along with Patek Philippe & Co.,
Jaeger-LeCoultre and Audemars Piguet.
- Wyler Geneve(69)Wyler presented its first 16 and 19-line precision movements to the public in 1923. The particularity of these was the Incaflex
balance wheel, which was legendary at the time. The Wyler Incaflex balance wheel is protected along its diameter by two curved,
elastic arms, which absorb any shocks to the balance wheel. In addition to producing his own calibres, Wyler also modified movements
of other large-scale producers and sold these on to other watch companies. In some cases, the basic calibre was changed so much that
the movements should actually be considered as Wyler calibres.
- Zenith(160)Zenith SA is a Swiss watch manufacture started in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacot at the age of 22, in Le Locle in the canton of
Neuchatel. It has a long reputation for the quality and precision of their watches, with 1,565 1st-place precision awards to date.
Zenith, is one of the few Swiss watch brands that make their own mechanical movements - the Elite (standard movement) and the El
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