IWC Watches History

International Watch Co., otherwise called IWC, is a Swiss luxury watch producer situated in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, and established by American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones in 1868. The International Watch Company or IWC has been around since the nineteenth century. It was an American named Florentine Ariosto Jones who laid out the watch producing establishments for which the organization would get to be prestigious. Today, the home office for IWC watches is situated in eastern Switzerland. It's thought to be the main top of the line Swiss watch maker situated in that a portion of Switzerland. The brand takes an inventive way to deal with designing timepieces. Watch making is both a craftsmanship and a science. The pieces that IWC has put out throughout the years have reliably been wonderfully made. The pieces are separated up into families, and every family has an alternate identity and specifications. IWC watches family stretches to 6 different collections namely Portugieser, Da Vinci, Ingenieur, Pilot's watches Portofino and Aquatimer. Luxury timepieces from this brand are available for both men and women.