Meet a pair of Classiques, the 7137 and 7337 that are eternally modern in their legacy guillochage or engine-turning code, and in their stately yet contemporary aesthetics.
Founded in 1775 by by Abraham-Louis Breguet, the name of Breguet is synonymous with horological quality, perfection and innovation.
Watchmaker Breguet draws attention to the need to conserve the ocean from polluting plastics by backing round-the-world odyssey and outreach programme, Race For Water. Their ambassadress, a cutting-edge catamaran powered by clean renewable energy, is currently in Asian waters, and is Tokyo-bound for the the Summer Olympics.
There’s no such thing as too thin in the horological world of extra-plat tourbillon – and the latest Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra-Plat Squelette 5395 is one of its finest examples.
The house of Breguet brings its time-honoured maritime expertise to a new women’s line.
We do not like the word “complications” in medicine, however, horological complications are welcome.