Jacob & Co is definitely a brand that has a rather different take on watchmaking.
Jacob & Co makes more traditional watches, but when it comes to crazy, animated watches, they are the best in the business.
This brand is very popular in the show-business world. The watchmaking house is known for its boldness and excellence.
In its 36 years of existence, it has always focused on innovation and differentiating itself with models out of the box.
Jacob Arabo is the founder of Jacob & Co. He began his journey into the world of jewelry and watchmaking at the age of 16, as an apprentice. Soon after, Jacob opened a stand in the Diamond Jewelry Way in New York City, and began designing collections for jewelry brands and private clients.
In 1986, the Jacob & Co. brand appeared, and since then, its main mission has always been to give birth to an ever-expanding range of jewelry and watches that have never ceased to delight customers and critics and which have earned it extensive worldwide media coverage and a loyal international clientele.
Jaeger-LeCoultre is a brand that has been around for almost 200 years.
And of course, during that time, the brand has broken records, made iconic watches, and established itself among other watch manufacturers.
Named after Edmond Jaeger and Antoine LeCoultre, this watch brand has a legendary history that resembles a watchmaking fairy tale set in the Swiss mountains.
After inventing a machine to cut watch gears out of steel, Antoine LeCoultre founded a small watchmaking workshop in the community and set out to pursue high quality watches.
From 1902 and for the next 30 years, LeCoultre produced most of the movements for the established watchmaker Patek Philippe.
In 1903, Edmond Jaeger challenged Swiss manufacturers to produce ultra-thin movements like he had invented. Antoine LeCoultre's grandson, Jacques David, took up the challenge and helped create the world's thinnest pocket watch in 1907. It was LeCoultre's caliber 145 that was used for the next 50 years.
Despite successful inventions and partnerships over the decades, it wasn't until 1937 that they officially joined forces and became the Jaeger LeCoultre company as we know it today.
The Reverso is one of the most iconic rectangular watches. Created in 1931, it represents an excellent balance between luxury and utility. A design made specifically for the polo fields. The reversal mechanism allowed the polo player to protect the watch glass from damage while playing polo. Today the reverse is used for special engravings, and in some situations it is used to showcase a movement, or in rare cases the reverse has a completely separate dial.
Patek Philippe prides itself on design and has been making high-end watches since its founding in 1851.
Their watch collection is known for being unmatched in terms of functionality and classic style. This combo ensures a sense of class that is unrivaled by any other brand in the watch market.
Among the most iconic complications of Patek Philippe watches are Moon-phase, Grand Complications and Perpetual Calendars. These advanced technological methods of keeping time precisely result in a high price tag and a unique accuracy that you can't get anywhere else.
Such famous historical figures as Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and Christian IX of Denmark have all been famous for wearing Patek Philippe timepieces. These legendary figures undoubtedly make Patek Philippe a brand of royalty, as we noted, the Swiss brand was founded in 1851 and will likely continue to be popular for hundreds of years.
Rolex is one of the most trusted watch brands on the market. Rolex has accomplished something truly special in the world of luxury watches.
The brand has been successful in becoming pervasive, which is in itself good for business, but it has managed to maintain its prestige and status as a luxury brand. It is truly the only luxury watch brand that everyone has heard of.
Like other brands, the watches produced by Rolex vary in styles and functions, but they are mostly on the cutting edge of modern timepiece technology.
Contrary to many other watches on the market, Rolex timepieces hold their value and have a high re-sell value, making them a precious asset to own and a watch to be invested in.
Some of the most successful timepieces designed and created by Rolex are the Submariner, the YachtMaster and the DateJust. Despite the explosive popularity of Rolex's iconic watches, each piece is still made by hand.
Recognized around the world as a status symbol, Rolex watches are still in high demand, in particular the Rolex Daytona and Rolex Submariner. We find that this popularity is synonymous with luxury in many other industries. For example, everyone knows about Ferrari, but not everyone can afford one, Rolex has managed to do that, and that is no small feat in the exclusive and niche market of luxury watches.
The end result is the most distinctive luxury watch brand.
Rolex is the first watch brand in our dealership that is not from Switzerland, its British origins are still reflected in the classic design of this brand.
Rolex has made the Forbes list of the world's most valuable brands multiple times and Rolex is also the largest luxury watch brand making over 2000 watches a day, ALL BY HAND.
Ulysse Nardin SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaking company founded in 1846 in Le Locle, Switzerland. The company became known in the nautical world for manufacturing highly accurate marine chronometers and complicated timepieces used by over fifty of the world's navies from the end of the 19th century till 1950.
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