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  • A. Lange & Sohne

    A Saxon-origin watch brand, A. Lange & Söhne constantly seeks to better itself. Alongside with distinctive hand-decorated components and a clean yet asymmetric design, every model features high-end mechanisms. Thus, the company is widely known for producing chronographs and perpetual calendars.

  • Allemano

    Allemano started its way in 1856 as a heavy carpentry company producing steam-powered road rollers. For almost a century, it had been known as a manufacturer of pressure and temperature measuring tools used in aviation, marine, and railways. In 2019, they opened a new chapter of their history, creating the first timepiece. It has a past-related design inspired by a pressure gauge.

  • Annamaria Cammilli

    Annamaria Cammilli goes back to 1983 and portrays the jewellery business experience of five generations. Inspired by the beauty of sunny Florence, the “shine and matt” rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces vary in six exclusive tones of 18K gold rendered by mixing special alloys.

  • Anonimo

    Anonimo was founded in 1997 in Florence. The brand’s philosophy is the joy of living that was embodied in its timepieces. The elegant yet casual design is complemented by Swiss precision. After moving to Switzerland, the company took on many Panerai watchmakers who enriched its expertise in the field. The brand was the first to use bronze alloy for diving watch cases.

  • Arnold and Son

    With the first workshop opened two years before, Arnold & Son was founded in 1764. The iconic watch-making brand produced the first timepiece called a chronometer. Nowadays, the company works on launching at least a pair of new movements yearly as each model has its own built in-house mechanism.

  • Audemars Piguet

    Started in 1875, Audemars Piaget has mastered its conception, creation, and production of complicated timepieces to provide precious and unique watches. The independent family business inspired by nature and astronomy has expanded the theoretical and technical scopes of crafting demanding mechanisms.

  • Ball

    Ball is an American luxury watch brand based in Switzerland in 1891. It was created by a watchmaker and jeweller Webster Clay Ball. The foundation and the following history of the company is closely connected to railroad building that dictates the names of collections. The brand boasts of various patented innovations such as anti-magnetic and anti-shock systems.

  • Barrington

    As a relatively young company, Barrington has built a reputation for high-quality yet affordable automatic watch winders that are well known amongst watch enthusiasts. A wide range of products, varying in design and functionality, ensures that every customer will find a watch winder to suit their needs and budget. Watches of Mayfair is an official Barrington dealer.

  • Baume & Mercier

    Baume & Mercier that was one of the first to produce not only masculine watches but also elegant and delicate women models was established in 1830. Its timepieces convey the idea of beautiful complexity, chronological mastery, and timeless grace with every component.

  • Bell & Ross

    Founded less than 30 years ago, Bell & Ross has already gained a worldwide popularity for its utilitarian watches. Inspired by the aviation and military history, the timepieces are created to withstand extreme situations. The timeless models with pure lines are functional, precise, and reliable.

  • Blancpain

    Created in 1735, the centuries-old brand boasts of a perfect feeling of audacity and dare. Alongside with following the traditions in watchmaking, Blancpain constantly innovates the technologies and currently has a number of world-registered patents.

  • Boucheron

    The brand with an over 160-year history is famous for elegant watches, luxury jewellery, and exquisite fragrances. Boucheron was one of the first to hold a boutique in Palace Vendome, in Paris. The bold and creative style of its earrings, necklaces, rings, and bracelets has conquered women’s hearts all over the world.

  • Bovet

    BOVET is one of the oldest watch-making brands with its foundation in 1822. The centuries of professional and innovative craftsmanship have gained an impressive experience and sophisticated style of the company. Its skeletonized watches were one of the first presented to the world.

  • Breguet

    A trusted watchmaker since 1775 and a jeweler since 1955, Breguet is the brand favoured by many framous personalities of the past and the present. The timepiece with distinctive coin-edged cases and blued, pomme hands are as sophist6icated and functional as rings, pendants, bracelets, and earrings are elegant and unique.

  • Breitling

    Having undergone essential changes through out its history since 1884, Breitling remains committed to the philosophy of its founder. Alongside with the astonishing functionality and reliability, the timepieces feature a sleek and graceful design that assures straightforward maintenance.

  • Bvlgari

    Initially a jewellery brand, Bulgari established in 1884 is a portrayal of daring design and sophistication. The rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings and other luxurious pieces impress by sensual shapes, sharp lines, and sparkling coloured stones. The brand also boasts of exquisite watches and other accessories for both women and men.

  • Carrera & Carrera

    The history of Carrera y Carrera has started in 1885. It has quickly become the pinnacle of jewellery thanks to distinctive designs and unique forms dictated by mythology, animal world, and human themes with feminine motives. Its iconic bracelets, rings, exquisite pendants, earrings, and cufflinks are well-known worldwide.

  • Cartier

    Founded in 1847, Cartier has gained its world fame creating exquisite and elegant jewellery pieces favoured by the stars and royalty since then. However, the brand also added sophisticated wristwatches to its collection in 1904 creating the classic vision of a timepiece, as we know it nowadays.

  • Chanel

    A true icon of style and sophistication, Chanel expanded the product line with exquisite timepieces in 1987. The architectural design with the motif of CHANEL’s No5 bottle has made the brand one of the most recognizable and desired watchmakers all over the world.

  • Chantecler

    Inspired by Capri's magnificent nature and relaxed lifestyle, Chantecler has been creating a wide range of unique jewellery pieces since 1944. The brand's recognisable style is exquisite in form and colour combinations. Embodying the spirit of freedom and joie de vivre, each piece is the perfect complement to a charming and playful look.

  • Chaumet

    Founded in 1780, the official jeweler of the French Emperor Napoleon, Chaumet has gone through all the stages of jewellery fashion. From the Romanticism elegance to the modern modesty, the brand implements a sophisticated design and the centuries-old expertise into its timepieces, earrings, bracelets, rings, tiaras, brooches, and necklaces.

  • Chopard

    Established in 1860, Chopard has been an icon of sophisticated style for over 150 years. Starting with ultra-slim pocket timepieces, the brand has conquered the glamorous world with distinctive mobile diamonds of the exquisite jewellery pieces. The company also produces accessories, leather goods, clocks, and writing instruments.

  • Corum

    Since 1955, Corum has become a watch brand that impresses with creativity of design and preciseness of mechanisms. From a coin to radiator grill, the timepieces with eccentric looks absolutely reflect the individuality of their owners.

  • Cvstos

    Cvstos company started its way in 2005 on the outskirts of Geneva. Their high-end technology process put the brand in the range of top manufacturers in the industry. The exquisite watches feature In-house components and exquisite design. Unique chronograph and tourbillon watches alongside sophisticated classic timepieces will be a great completion of your collection.

  • Cyrus

    A relatively new brand that honours the ancient history, Cyrus is a watch manufacturer inspired by the great Persian emperor. Alongside symbols of the antique culture, the iconic timepieces feature a wide range of exotic complications and overlapping functions such as a double crown firstly introduced by the brand.

  • Czapek

    Czapek is a Swiss watch brand with Polish roots. Although its history started in the 1840’s, it was re-established only in 2012 after mysterious disappearing from the watchmaking world. The main hallmarks of the manufacturer are a Golden bee as a gratitude to the Imperial distinction and two sub-dials at the dial bottom.

  • Dietrich

    Having fallen in love with watches as a child, Emmanuel Dietrich established his company in 2010. With the expertise he had been gathering for 17 years, he created compelling and beautiful timepieces with their distinct personalities. The small brand has become well-known for its exquisite and sometimes avant-garde design.

  • Dior

    An icon of style and charm, the brand was established in 1947. The variety of haute couture products created by Dior impresses with the wide range of fields including luxury watches. The first timepiece was launched in 1975 and since then, the company provides its fans with an astonishing collection every year.

  • Franck Muller

    Created in 1991, Frank Muller has quickly gained the reputation of a complex timepieces manufacturer. The distinctive features of the brand are Cintrée Curvex shape of the cases and exuberant numerals on the dials. Every watch boasts of a complicated movement and a unique design. The company is listed as having over 50 world premieres and patents.

  • Frederique Constant

    Frederique Constant is a Swiss watch brand that launched the first collection in 1992. Despite being a comparatively young company, it has already gained a status of reliable and precise manufacturer of classic timepieces. The main philosophy of the brand is no compromises in terms of quality that is why it produces all watches and their parts in-house.

  • Garmin

    Established in 1989, Garmin is a leading sports watch brand. Being an expert in GPS technology, the company has created a line of smartwatches competing Apple and Fitbit. It is the perfect choice for those who enjoy active sports and lifestyle activities.

  • Girard-Perregaux

    Since 1791, Girard-Perregaux has been working on achieving the perfection in watchmaking process. The brand was a pioneer in producing timepieces with steel as well as creating high-frequency mechanic and quartz movements. Its ultra-thin winding systems allow crafting remarkably slim watches and combining the movement expertise with external parts.

  • Glashütte Original

    Glashütte Original represents German watchmaking art starting from its establishing in 1845. The deep sense of boldness and beauty combined with reliable precision and lasting values of the brand has made it one of the most reputable watch company of the world. Moreover, they has founded an own school of watchmaking to pass on their expertise.

  • Graff

    Established in 1960, Graff is renowned for producing gorgeous jewellery. The control over every step from mining gems to polishing process allows providing stunning earrings, rings, bracelets, pendants, and many more jewellery items that still boast of simplicity, balance, and femininity. About a decade ago, the brand also started its watch line.

  • Grand Seiko

    Grand Seiko is the first luxury watch company in Japan established in 1960. The essential goal of the brand was to create the finest watch in terms of every aspect: precision, durability, simplicity in usage, and beauty. Although, the band has gained world popularity long ago, it still improves its every mechanical and quartz timepiece to reach perfection.

  • Hamilton

    Starting with watches for first railroad workers, pilots, and coming to timepieces in Hollywood films, Hamilton shows that its products are equally precise and stylish. Established as an American company in 1892, nowadays, it is an internationally renowned brand situating in Switzarland.

  • Hublot

    Dating back to 1980, Hublot is a Swiss brand that combines watchmaking traditions and modern innovations. With the concept of thinking outside the box and the desire to be unique, the company was the first to introduce a watch with a rubber strap. From that moment on, the pursuit for cutting-edge technologies and unexpected fusions has begun.

  • IWC

    IWC was founded in 1868. The Swiss brand stablished by an American follows a German approach in watchmaking. Its timepieces feature sophisticated design although every their part serves practical function at the first place. The idea of technical inventiveness is one of the leading that the company sticks to.

  • Jaeger-LeCoultre

    Created in 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre has gained its popularity as one of the most innovative and experienced watchmaker. Its collection of iconic timepieces includes classic and high-end watches, alarm diving and ultra-thin watches, and even sophisticated clocks. The brand has produced over 1200 calibers and possesses about 350 patents.

  • Jaquet Droz

    Since the mid-18th century, Jaquet Droz has gained its popularity by creating enameled musical watches and automated dolls (automata). During the whole history, it has produced timepieces with various designs that can easily be aligned with works of art. One of the distinctive features is a lucky number 8 presented on the brand’s dials.

  • Junghans

    Junghans was founded in 1861. Producing about 20,000 clocks and watches a day and exporting them to 100 countries, it was the largest manufacturer in the field by the 1960s. Being a pioneer in most processes and an export in precision, the brand produced the first-in-the-world radio-controlled clock and watch, powered by solar energy. Its deviation is only one second every million years.

  • Longines

    One of the oldest registered watch brands, Longines was established in 1832. It has gained its popularity in sports world being a time-keeper at championships and having partnerships with sports federations worldwide. The company stays in a constant search for innovative ideas and technologies to provide the best time-tracking experience.

  • Maurice Lacroix

    An iconic brand established in 1961, Maurice Lacroix has a long history from a manufacturer of movements and watch parts to a timepiece producer. Thanks to its huge expertise, the company creates all its items in-house and thus, it is sure that it provides the best quality of either an elegant dress watch or a professional diving timepiece.

  • Messika

    A relatively young jewellery brand, Messika was founded in 2005 in Paris by Valérie Messika, a daughter of a French jeweler. Absorbing the family expertise, she puts into her creations the idea of excellence, audacity, and femininity. The airy bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings are meant to provide ergonomic comfort and feel like a second skin.

  • Mido

    Established in 1918, Mido has inherited its name from the Spanish “Yo mido” (i.e. “I Measure”). The company was the first to introduce the central-read chronograph, the most efficient winding mechanism, and the thinnest ladies’ watch in the world. It also pioneered absolute water tightness with this cork-crown sealing system and single-shell case. At present, the brand draws its inspiration from the world’s most famous architectural masterpieces.

  • Montblanc

    Since 1906, Montblanc has been renowned by manufacturing high-quality writing instruments. Nowadays, brand produces a wide range of items such as luxurious watches, precious jewellery pieces, elegant leather goods, stylish sunglasses, and even sophisticated fragrances. If you look for a perfect gift, this company has a lot to offer.

  • Mühle Glashütte

    A German-based watch manufacturer with an over 700-year history. Mühle Glaschütte remains not only a family business but also a synonym to precision and precise measurement for five generations.

  • NOMOS Glashutte

    NOMOS Glashütte is the German brand of fine mechanical timepieces. All their watches are made in-house with almost every part crafted by hand. Since its foundation in 1990, the company has been following the idea of elegance excelling opulence and producing the models with clean and modern forms and design.

  • Omega

    OMEGA dates back to 1848. The precision and reliability of its timepieces are beyond the doubt since the company produces watches that flew to the moon, dived deep into oceans, and travelled all over the globe. Moreover, OMEGA designed the James Bond watch and it is the official Olympic Games timekeeper.

  • Oris

    Oris has gained its popularity thanks to the balance between quality and price. Since 1904, the brand has been specializing on producing models for divers, moto sportsmen, and pilots. It tries to combine a stylish look with the peculiarities of practical usage in every sphere. In 2014, the company introduced its first movement.

  • Panerai

    Opened in 1860, Panerai has become famous for its timepieces used by the Italian Navy forces. Specializing on diving watches, the company has created a luminous substance, called Radiomir, used for better dial vision under the water. Although the brand has been available for civilians only since 1993, it has got the popularity among many famous people.

  • Parmigiani Fleurier

    Parmigiani Fleurier is an entirely independent manufacturer of exquisite timepieces. It has obtained industrial independence, ensuring freedom to produce cutting-edge watches with no limits in technique and creativity. It is inspired by nature and the golden number.

  • Pasquale Bruni

    Pasquale Bruni is a family business originated from a small jewellery company. Its first collection was launched in 1997 and gained popularity due to exquisite forms, elegant style, and feminine spirit. The corner-stone design of the earrings, hair accessories, brooches, necklaces and many other jewellery pieces has become the signature of the brand.

  • Patek Philippe

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  • Piaget

    Although the history of the brand had started almost a century before, Piaget became a registered trademark only in 1943. At the beginning, it was producing high-end movement and eventually has grown to a well-known brand of luxury watches and jewellery. The hallmark of the company is elegant ultra-thin timepieces.

  • Pomellato

    Pomellato is the brand that has gained its popularity thanks to daring combinations of colourful stones and precious metal. Established in Milan in 1967, the company has chosen the idea of “prêt-à-porter” jewellery as its philosophy. It believes that every necklace, ring, bracelet or other iconic item should provide a gorgeous look for any occasion and to any image.

  • Porsche

    Since 1972, F.A. Porsche is known for not only luxurious cars but also high-end timepieces. The black colour of the cases is an iconic hallmark of the brand. The main idea was to create a watch for the car. Nowadays, it is a trendy manufacturer of timepieces whose absence would be unthinkable in the industry.

  • Rado

    Rado is one of the pioneers of watchmaking industry, established in 1917. The brand is well-known for using first-class materials and lightweight components in its timepieces. The distinctive feature of the company is a wide range of ceramic watches in an array of colours.

  • RDI Watch Winders

    RDI-Charles Kaeser is a renowned manufacturer of prestigious accessories for luxurious timepieces. Established in 2006, the brand has already gained a decent reputation thank to its reliable and high-end technologies performed in a stylish and sophisticated design. Its mechanical watch winders and automata are popular all over the world.

  • Roger Dubuis

    Creative and extravagant, Roger Dubuis is a manufacturer of sporty and high-end watches. Through its whole history, exquisiteness and boldness have been integral parts of the design of its timepieces. The fantastic combinations of baroque cases and detailed dials magnetize the fussiest collectors all over the world.

  • Rolex

    The name that tells for itself, Rolex is an icon in the world of watchmaking. Established in 1905, the company has always been a synonym to precision, quality, and style. A pioneer in the field, it was the first to design a waterproof timepiece and create the Perpetual rotor automatic mechanism that other companies have been struggling to achieve for many years.

  • Romain Jerome

    Romain Jerome is a brand that stands apart from the traditional. Founded in 2004, it was inspired by the culture and history of pop-culture. The company has developed the concept of watches containing the DNA of famous icons and legends as well as the parts relevant to historical events or things so that every owner can have a piece of the past on their wrist.

  • Seiko

    Seiko is a prominent Japanese watch brand that was established in 1881. Its rich history provides the professional expertise that makes the manufacturer stand out. The interest in innovations and transforming the watchmaking industry has made Seiko the first brand in the world to create a solar watch.

  • Sinn

    Started in 1961 by a former World War II pilot, Sinn was meant to be a manufacturer of high-end navigation clocks and chronographs. Nowadays, it produces timepieces for all extreme conditions such as space missions, arctic expeditions, and even jumping from the stratosphere. Watches of Mayfair Pty Ltd is not an official dealer to Sinn.

  • Tag Heuer

    TAG Heuer has gained the fame of a luxury watch brand with complicated high-end mechanisms and bold design. Since 1860, the company has created a number of exquisite watches that allowed it to have a long relationship with Formula 1, produce the first Swiss watch flown into space, and fuse technology and horology to invent a touchscreen smart timepiece.

  • Titoni

    TITONI was founded in 1919 in the Swiss town of Grenchen. Producing watches at its own facilities, the independent family brand pays attention to every detail, combining exquisite design with modern technology. The company's emblem, the plum blossom, represents its highest values: endurance, vitality and resilience. Their creations at affordable prices are worthy competition to watches of other brands in the industry.

  • Tudor

    TUDOR is a sister company of Rolex created by Hans Wilsdorf to cater a wider clientele. The main idea of the brand is to provide reliability and precision of the iconic watchmaker yet at a more decent price. The timepieces have a familiar Rolex design with an added sports hint. The in-house movement is also typically substituted by a Swiss ETA or Valjoux.

  • Ulysse Nardin

    Ulysse Nardin is a manufacturer of luxury Swiss watches renowned for the reliability and chronometric functions. Created in 1846, the brand have been producing marine chronometers for the navy forces of over 50 countries worldwide. The sophisticated timepieces are precious items for every sophisticated collector.

  • Vacheron Constantin

    Vacheron Constantin is the oldest brand of Swiss watches in continuous operation created in 1755. With Audemars Piaget and Patek Philippe, the company forms the top three watchmakers. Following mastership pride, the brand constantly improves its elaborate designs by implementing perpetual calendars, jumping hours and other high-end functions.

  • Vulcain

    The brand was first known as “Manufacture Ditisheim” and began its journey by inventing the alarm complication for wristwatches in 1858. It was later renamed after the Roman god of fire, Vulcano. The company survived many changes, including its bankruptcy in the late 1990s. It is a brand of “The Watch for Presidents” and timepieces for mountaineering and maritime expeditions.

  • XOR

    XOR is a British brand specialising in mobile phones. Their products feature uncommon level of protection and organic geometric design combined with robust materials. Each element of a Xor phone demonstrates high-end technology allowing fist-class experience.

  • Zenith

    Created in 1865, Zenith has made a big input into a watch-making process, as we know it now. It has revolutionized the approach to timepiece production by gathering all needed professions under one roof so that they can benefit from the cooperation. The brand was the first to invent an automatic chronograph movement with a 1/10th second accuracy.