Breguet Watches History

Breguet is a Swiss producer of extravagant watches, established by Abraham-Louis Breguet in Paris in 1775. At present part of The Swatch Group, its luxury timepieces are currently (since 1976) created in the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland. Easily one of the oldest surviving watch-production house of the planet, Breguet is a pioneer in bringing new horology innovations, for example, the tourbillon, incepted by Abraham-Louis Breguet. It additionally created the first wrist watch in 1810. Breguet watches have a gold stature in the field of luxury watch making and they are best known for their coin-edge cases, guilloché dials and blue pomme hands (frequently now alluded to as 'Breguet hands'). Not just limited to luxury watches, Breguet additionally makes writing instruments, ladies' adornments, and cufflinks as well. With a vast family of watches every watch lover is guaranteed to find a timepiece of his choice. Breguet watch family comprises of New Models, Tradition, Classique, Classique Complications, Marine, Heritage, Type XX - XXI - XXII, Reine de Naples and High Jewellery.