Jaeger Le Coutre

The LeCoultre family of Swiss watchmakers were well-known for the precision and craftsmanship of their timepieces by the late 1800s. The skill and artistry of their watches had already attracted attention, with founder Antoine LeCoultre awarded a gold medal for the accuracy of his timepieces at the 1851 Universal Exhibition in London. The prolific inventor LeCoultre went on to design over 350 unique watch mechanisms over the next 30 years.

When Paris-based watch manufacturer Edmond Jaeger challenged the latest LeCoultre to design an ultra thin pocket watch mechanism, neither man realized that this would be the beginning of an astonishingly successful partnership. The Jaeger-LeCoultre brand went on to expand into the world-wide market, repeatedly re-defining the definition of the timepiece as they created smaller and more intricate mechanisms. In recent years, the Jaeger-LeCoultre watch has become synonymous with high-end, innovative clock design.

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Horlogerie-Bijouterie Jacot
Grand-rue 38
1347 , Le Sentier, Switzerland
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