There’s a Chinese proverb that says, “The multitude of stars supports the moon.” The stars have been plucked from the sky for the Classique Phase de Lune Dame 9088 and set on its pristine dial by the Vallée de Joux watchmaker. Little stars glitter from...

The marine chronometer was an essential piece of kit on ships in the 18th and 20th centuries. Its accuracy enabled it to determine longitude and therefore calculate the ship’s position. Appointed to the prestigious post of Royal Navy Watchmaker in 1815 by Louis XVIII, Abraham-Louis...

The Only Watch charity hosts an auction every two years to sell specially designed unique pieces donated by forty or so watch brands. Funds raised by this incredible auction go into researching forms of myopathy. To support Only Watch, Breguet has designed a unique timepiece...

Breguet marked its presence at the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo as a major private sponsor of the conservation of Hougoumont Farm. One of the last authentic testimonies to the battle, Hougoumont seeks to work toward peace and stability in Europe. The inauguration of...

On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, Breguet celebrated the official inauguration of its Chengdu boutique, open to the public since February. For the occasion, the Manufacture brought some of its most emblematic Tourbillon timepieces to China, including the famous Classique Tourbillon Messidor and Classique Tourbillon Extra-thin...

Marie-Antoinette (1755-1793) was famous for the letters she wrote to her family and friends. Many of the messages written by the Queen, including the last one written on the morning of her execution, are stored in the National Archives and appear in the book by...

Once upon a time, etiquette frowned upon women wearing watches with a ball gown so some watchmakers designed secret watches for them: jewellery masterpieces to conceal time beneath glittering finery. Breguet has breathed new life into this tradition with a resplendent rose inspired by a...