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Explore Breguet diverse range of exceptional watches, all available to purchase at Watches of Switzerland US.
Based on the traditional Breguet values, the Marine watches interpret them in a modern way in order to create sporty timepieces.Go to Collection
The Classique wristwatches represent the watchmaking ideals of precision, clarity and elegant lines.Go to Collection
Queen of Naples
The Queen Of Naples collection is inspired by an early bracelet watch created for Bonaparte's sister Caroline, Queen of Naples.Go to Collection
First designed in 1950 for the French naval air army, the Type XX returned to the Breguet collection with a self-winding movements.Go to Collection
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Breguet DIVING EXPERIENCE IN REVILLAGIGEDO ARCHIPELAGO
As on many historical models, the dial of this new creation is made of “Grand Feu” enamel, a magnificent artistic craft.
About Breguet Watches
The House of Breguet, founded in 1775 by Abraham-Louis Breguet, holds a unique position in the world of watchmaking. Today, the Breguet artisans continue to make unique works of art that bear witness to the brand’s rich history. The year 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of one of the greatest watchmaking inventions of all time: the Tourbillon. Developed in 1801 by Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747–1823), it continues to flourish at the House of Breguet, its custodian.
Breguet is the epitome of excellence in watchmaking. Acknowledged as one of the most prolific inventors of his time, Breguet designed the first watch to be worn on the wrist, which was delivered to the Queen of Naples in 1812. The numerous distinguished patrons of the House include some of the greatest figures in history: Queen Marie-Antoinette, Napoleon Bonaparte, Tsar Alexander I and Winston Churchill, to mention but a few. In 1815, King Louis XVIII of France would go on to appoint Breguet as Chronometer-maker to the Royal Navy. This marked the beginning of a long tradition of putting the House’s expertise to work for navigators, first for those in the navy and then for aviation.