Breguet

BREGUET

Ref. 3460
WOT ID: 26768

Ref. 3460, Marine Chrono, platinum, chronograph, box and paper, 2000

BREGUET

Ref. 5238BB/10/9V6.DD00
WOT ID: 28079

Classique, Ref. 5238BB/10/9V6.DD00, Skeleton , white-gold, manual wind, chronograph, box and paper, 2005

BREGUET

Ref. 3910BB
WOT ID: 28906

Classique, Ref. 3910BB, Handaufzug, white-gold, manual wind, box and paper, 2004

BREGUET

Ref. 8827BR 52 586
WOT ID: 26552

Marine, Ref. 8827BR 52 586, Marine Lady, rose gold , chronograph, mother of pearl dial, box and paper, 2016

BREGUET

WOT ID: 22234

Type 11, Very rare dashboard watch, steel, manual wind, ca. 1955

BREGUET

Ref. 342BA
WOT ID: 26889

Heures Sautantes, Ref. 342BA, Jump Hour, Limited edition, ca 1994

BREGUET

Ref. 6190AG12
WOT ID: 18005

Pendulette Classique, Ref. 6190AG12, Unique table clock / traveling clock solid sterling silver with thermometer
Celsius/Fahrenheit, manual wind, chronograph, box and paper,

About Breguet watches
Breguet is one of the oldest manufacture of timepieces in France and was established in Paris by the Frenchman Abraham Louis Breguet. Until 1870 the manufacture was family-owned. In 1999 the Swatch Group took over the company but Breguet kept its headquarter in L´Abbaye, Switzerland until today. Amongst their clients have been famous names in history such as Napoléon, Marie Antoinette, Alexander von Humblodt, Gioachino Rossini and Arthur Rubinstein. Around 1780 Abraham Louis Breguet developed first models with automatic winding mechanism generated by oscillating weight.
Three years later, the first pocket watch with an integrated gong spring was invented. Breguet also invented the first version of a shock protection system: Parechute. The company’s invention of the tourbillon was patent-registered in 1801. From 1810 the first wristwatches were produced. Due to the rise of brand counterfeiting on the watch market, Breguet started to inscribe secret signatures on the watch dials. Until today, watches by Breguet are considered as technical masterpieces - some of their moonphase calenders run up to 100 years or more.