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Jaeger LeCoultre

Jaeger LeCoultre

Jaeger LeCoultre is a haute horology company with a rich heritage. Their company dates back to 1833. The founder, Antoine LeCoultre, invented a machine that could produce watchmaking pinions. He created a workshop in the Joux Valley where he first began creating watches. The LeCoultre company bases all of its values on the traditions of its founder.

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Jacob & Co.

Jacob & Co.

Jacob & Co. is an outstanding watch company that is considered a newcomer in the industry. They’ve been around for slightly over 25 years yet have gain incredible amounts of media and international attention. Jacob & Co. has truly revolutionized the art of watchmaking. They offer fresh styles for men and women and superior quality.

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IWC

IWC

IWC is a beloved luxury watch company based in Switzerland. It has a unique history. Florentine Ariosto Jones, an American, traveled to Switzerland to begin the International Watch Company. He created the first watch manufacturing factory in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. The brand still incorporates Jones creative spirit and ambitious nature.

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Invicta

Invicta

Invicta Watch Group was founded by Raphael Picard in 1837. The current president and CEO is Eyal Lalo. In 1940 Morris Hoffman imported Invicta to the United States. Invicta is now a diverse company offering luxury wristwatches, sunglasses, and jewelry. It is currently headquartered in Hollywood, Florida.

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Ikepod

Ikepod was founded in 1993 by Oliver Ike and originally specialized in conceptual timepieces. The Seaslug was its first prototype wristwatch. There is a distinct combination of influences from Australia and Switzerland in Ikepod watches. They are mostly designed by Marc Newson but he has collaborated with other artists such as Jeff Koons.

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Ice Tek

Ice Tek

Ice Tek watches are renowned for being especially luminous and radiant with generous applications of precious stones (diamonds in particular). Brilliant color is a well-developed theme for most of its series. The name itself is heavily associated with fashion and satisfies those who seek high technology. A good example of this would be the Steel Master Chrono model which has a removable bezel.

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Harry Winston

Harry Winston

Harry Winston is an American company named after its founder, Harry Winston. Winston passed away in 1978 yet left a memorable legacy in horology and the jewelry industry. In fact, his passion for watchmaking was lit by his passion for jewelry.

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Guy Ellia

Guy Ellia

High level of the art of Swiss watch makers is a well known fact. However, they are not alone on their Olympus seats. Guy Ellia is a perfect example of independent jewelry design and high quality watches.

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Hublot

Hublot

Hublot is an extremely well-known Swiss watch manufacturer. Hublot lacks deep rooted history in watchmaking like other powerhouse brands. Their history began in 1980 with Carlo Crocco. Crocco created the first Hublot gold watch. Currently Hublot is known for making the most expensive wristwatches in the world and for providing custom clocks for Carnegie Hall.

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Hermes

Hermes

Hermes is a popular French manufacturer of various high quality and luxury goods. They are most popular for their fashion and accessory designs. Hermes started as a Parisian saddle shop in 1837. The company grew as their popularity grew. They began to manufacturer leather goods such as jackets, woman’s handbags, and eventually, wristwatches.

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