A short history
Breguet has consistently displayed an ability to reinvent itself through its countless innovations that have forged its success for more than 240 years. Early in his career, Abraham-Louis Breguet’s talent earned him some of the highest distinctions in his field, including the official title of chronometer maker to the French Royal Navy, the most prestigious to which a horologist could aspire. Throughout his life, he tirelessly conceived and developed impressive timepieces that would leave an indelible imprint on watchmaking history.
In the wake of this heritage and driven by the same determination to excel, Breguet unveiled a horological masterpiece last year : the Marine Équation Marchante. In addition to its impressive complications, this model symbolises a new generation of Marine timepieces distinguished by a modern and dynamic aesthetic. In 2018, Breguet is continuing to redesign this line through three new creations, which are notably interpreted in titanium variations – a first for this collection. The new models are the Breguet Marine 5517, the Breguet Marine Chronographe 5527, and the Breguet Marine Alarme Musicale 5547.
Classique and Reine de Naples lines
Alongside the new models in the Marine collection, Breguet will be introducing several horological marvels in the Classique and Reine de Naples lines, including an exquisitely poetic creation – the Reine de Naples 8908. Subtly mingling a rose gold case with a dial partially crafted from Tahitian mother-of-pearl, this timepiece will appeal to even the most discerning collector. In the Classique line-up comes the Breguet Classique Extra-Plat 5157, and the Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra-Plat Automatique 5367.
Find out more on Breguet’s website.