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Rivoli de Luxe
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History Milestones on the Path to Swiss Watchmaking Perfection.In their over 100-year history the watchmakers of Oris have lived through both turbulent and quiet times.Discover the worlds of Oris and the success story with Oris mechanical watches all across the world. The story takes you on a journey through time from the foundation of the Hölstein manufacturer to today’s dynamic organisation.Follow the company’s story for yourself and find out about a fascinating piece of Swiss industrial history.Over 100 years Oris has been making watches in Switzerland. Our watches are purely mechanical and are marked out by their distinctive design as well as the red rotor, the symbol of Oris mechanicals. Oris watches are also popular, as celebrities from Formula One, diving, jazz, aviation, and Hollywood queue up to wear and support our unique creations.

History Abraham-Louis Perrelet – in perpetual movement
Who would have imagined on 9 January 1729 that this little boy who had just arrived in this world in the mountains of the Neuchatel region, was destined to become a master in his field? More than two centuries later he’s a respected and much admired personality, and the historians are still paying homage to this great man…

Louis-Frederic Perrelet – the worthy heir
When he was born on 14 May 1781, Louis-Frederic Perrelet inherited the ‘watchmaking genius’ of his grandfather, Abraham-Louis Perrelet. They resembled each other and were hungry to discover. Abraham-Louis detected at a very early stage this predisposition of Louis-Frederic for mechanics and mathematics. Having been trained by his grandfather, Louis-Frederic headed for the French capital. At that time, the value of a period abroad to accomplish a vocation was inestimable… When he was born on 14 May 1781, Louis-Frederic...Perrelet inherited the ‘watchmaking genius’ of his grandfather, Abraham-Louis Perrelet. They resembled each other and were hungry to discover. Abraham-Louis detected at a very early stage this predisposition of Louis-Frederic for mechanics and mathematics. Having been trained by his grandfather, Louis-Frederic headed for the French capital. At that time, the value of a period abroad to accomplish a vocation was inestimable…

History Milus is a tradition rich watch maker, founded over 90 years ago by Paul William Junod. The innovative Milus Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds Skeleton 1919 timepiece continues the long running Milus history of luxurious watches.A timepiece of outstanding workmanship and eternal beauty, the luxury watch is manufactured from 9 separate parts. The watch case measures 45 mm in diameter and is carefully protected by a curved oval sapphire crystal. The powerful presence of the 18K 6N red gold bezel creates the ultimate framework to present the exquisitely designed time display. The Milus Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds Skeleton 1919 watch is fitted with a sophisticated skeleton dial with unique design.There’s an off-white dial plate that features eleven blued Arabic numeral hour markers. Interestingly, the number six has been replaced by a round date aperture.The Milus Tirion TriRetrograde is a highly charismatic watch and is completed by a genuine brown alligator leather strap, confers up to 40-hours power reserve and is water resistant up to 30 meters underwater.Superlative technology lays bare its secrets – lovers of fine watch craftsmanship will appreciate the intricate details that Milus Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds Skeleton 1919 offers.
TAG Heuer
History TAG Heuer introduces the first avant-garde 360 degree watchmaking museum, embodying 150 years of unique heritage displayed to catch the imagination, and envision and build the next 150 years. It reflects the innovation, precision, performance and prestigious sports embedded in our DNA.What differentiates one brand from another? Why does the TAG Heuer range currently encompass lines such as the TAG Heuer Formula 1, Monaco, Carrera, the SLR Chronograph or the Grand Carrera? Why is TAG Heuer the only watch brand to offer instruments that are accurate to 1/10th, 1/100th and 1/1000th of a second for wristwatches, and to 1/10,000th of a second for timekeeping? The answer is simple: it is all a matter of DNA, just like human beings. The unique combination that makes each person different from another and implies that right from birth we are endowed with certain characteristics inherited from our parents and from their combined DNA.The same is true of brands. TAG Heuer carries within it the visionary genes of its founders Edouard Heuer and his sons Jules-Edouard and Charles-Auguste: entrepreneurship, innovation, an obsession with ultimate precision, and a deep love of prestigious sports. From the oscillating pinion to the Mikrograph, the world’s first mechanical stopwatch accurate to 1/100th of a second, the foundations on which TAG Heuer has built its strength today were in place very early on. Ever since then - and without a doubt this is one of the brand’s great assets - men such as Charles-Edouard, Hubert and Jack Heuer, and more recently the contemporary management teams, have had the wisdom to build the brand’s strength around these central characteristics, to keep the focus of their efforts, on both product development and communication, within the framework established by our founding fathers. Our DNA is unique; it was created in the late 19th century and continues to drive a substantial proportion of our development in the early 21st century: The Calibre 360 launched in 2006 perpetuates the obsession with precision that resulted in the Mikrograph in 1916; while the TAG Heuer Formula 1 embodies the ultimate blend of prestige and performance, sport and glamour as the Olympic Games and greyhound races did in the 1920s.I am very proud and honored to welcome you today to our new TAG Heuer 360 museum, which celebrates the exceptional TAG Heuer DNA, the unique sports heritage and constant daring quest for technical innovation and precision. Like our timepieces it seeks to be innovative and this museum has been designed to house the first ever 360 degree conic movie screen in the world. Managed by a battery of 12 computers processing over 1 million images an hour, it creates a dynamic presentation of the unique TAG Heuer watchmaking saga that has lasted almost a century and a half. Last but not least, this museum is located in the TAG Heuer avant-garde eco-headquarters, with its energy-saving architecture that allows external and natural light to flow seamlessly throughout the building from the entrance to the roof via the elevator tubes and the office windows. Let me invite you to join me on a journey that will take you from an unrivalled heritage into an exciting future where everything is possible...
Armand Nicolet
History In the Bernese Jura, lying in the valley carved out by the waters of the Tram and well off the beaten track, Tramelan has for centuries been the hardworking birthplace of Swiss watchmaking and the historic centre of an ancient and silent art which later evolved into the production of movements and assemblies for the leading international brandnames that have symbolised Swiss technology and prestige on a global level since the early twentieth century.This was the ideal place for the development of this extraordinarily precise technique, originally the handiwork of patient craftsmen intent on creating and perfecting these small but immensely valuable objects during the long snowy winters, and then transporting and selling them with marked frugality during the fine season, in particular to their best customers, the refined and, above all, well-heeled bourgeoisie in the valleys below.

Raymond Weil

History Independence has been a State of Mind since 1976 for RAYMOND WEIL Geneve. Learn about the key dates of our history.Mr Raymond Weil launches the brand during a period of crisis for the watchmaking industry. His fundamental goal: produce watches with a novel concept and design. Independence, Savoir-Faire, Aesthetics, Creativity – the Brand's Founding Values. After a period of rapid development, the company must expand and increase competitiveness without losing its family identity. To reach this goal, Raymond Weil's son-in-law Olivier Bernheim joins the family business. He modernizes its structure and organization, develops numerous markets, and takes in charge the communication and marketing departments. His arrival reinforces the idea of an independent family-owned company dear to Mr Weil.A prime example of the cultural influences on the marketing and communications strategies is the Amadeus collection, named after the classical Austrian composer, Mozart, and launched in conjunction with Milos Forman's world acclaimed film of the same name.The more things change, the more they stay the same… Fidelio, the Brand’s emblematic collection, has a design magnified by subtle details. Named after Beethoven's only opera, the elegance of the collection is under the guise of duality and liberty. A mixture of skilfully interlaced satin-finish and polished gold plated bracelet links, an interplay of shiny and matt contrasts on the case, a two-tone reading zone, Roman numerals or pearls spread across the dial to indicate the time… An irresistible double play.The Othello collection is launched to celebrate RAYMOND WEIL’s tenth anniversary, a blend of avant-garde technology and refined design. These ultra-thin timepieces (1.2mm) play a great part in the worldwide success of RAYMOND WEIL, as much for their technical construction prowess, as for the symbolism of their creative audacity and the appeal to “individuality” they convey to the wearer.Another spectacular product launch introduces the new Traviata collection, again shaking traditional aesthetic criteria down to their very foundations and further projecting RAYMOND WEIL’s image as a bold and yet tastefully refined innovator.The Eternity advertising campaign is unveiled. Shot in Iceland, this campaign reveals unforgettable landscapes where RAYMOND WEIL key models appear through water, earth, wind and fire. …“When time is creation”. Launch of the gents and ladies' Parsifal collection: a subtle and original blend of complications, noble materials, meticulous finish and innovative designs. This collection marked a new step for RAYMOND WEIL’s growth in the Swiss luxury watchmaking industry.The award-winning Precision Movements advertising campaign consolidates RAYMOND WEIL's image as a Brand committed to the arts. Acclaimed photographer Lois Greenfield portrays dancers in mid-air, symbolising the essence of the campaign. Black and white images project a campaign full of modernity, art, creativity and attention to detail. RAYMOND WEIL links the past with the present and launches the Tradition collection. This new range has a classical and refined style embodying the watch-making heritage in its most uncluttered version. A collection created for true amateurs.New gentlemen's and ladies’ Tango collection. Its contemporary, classical or relaxed allure and perfectly proportioned round or rectangular cases, ingeniously blend elegance, functionality and aesthetics. A tribute to the art of composition, the cult collection Toccata combines the virtuosity of style with a timeless classicism. With its case in steel and gold plating, or entirely 18ct gold plated, Toccata interprets a sensual vision of the time that passes, thanks to a richness of ornamentation freely inspired by the watchmaking tradition. Water-resistant to 30m, it alternates Roman numerals with precious stones on a mother-of-pearl dial. A major work of art… Round, square or in the shape of a cat’s eye and created exclusively for women, Fantasia reinvents a marvellous animal carnival with its stylized silhouettes, almost like a tattoo around its bezel. A facetious monkey, a majestic swan or a mysterious fish dance one after the other in a baroque circle, adorned with colored lacquer in subtle harmony with the nuances of the leathers or the precious plated links of the bracelet. Olivier Bernheim becomes President & CEO. His dynamism, entrepreneurial vision and aesthetic sensitivity enable RAYMOND WEIL to develop internationally while preserving its family identity.Launch of the R&D department to enable RAYMOND WEIL to fully control the watch-design process. By embracing the latest technological innovations, this R&D department has been responsible for numerous innovations exclusive to RAYMOND WEIL.Introduction of the Don Giovanni Cosi Grande collection, with its refined, contemporary design, establishing RAYMOND WEIL's watchmaking know-how and technological precision. Totally masculine, fully mechanical... Don Giovanni Cosi Grande timepieces offer the last word in dynamism and chic technique!Parsifal Large Date with Power Reserve Indicator expands this collection, again illustrating the harmony between the technicality and aesthetics of the RAYMOND WEIL design. The main features of this watch are a large date system operated by two discs and displayed in two adjacent windows, together with a counter of 42 hours on the dial at 6 o’clock, enabling you to check the remaining operating autonomy at any moment. This magnificent timepiece breaks away from all rules: worn by men and admired by women, it will be seen on the wrists of those whom it bewitches…. without reserve! RAYMOND WEIL launches a new star in its collection of evergreens: the Don Giovanni Cosi Grande Two Times Zones, for modern day globetrotters.This watch attracts attention with its mechanical complication manufactured exclusively for RAYMOND WEIL. Indeed, it functions with one single mechanical movement. With this new model in its Don Giovanni Cosi Grande collection, RAYMOND WEIL blends watch-making know-how attractively with an entirely contemporary design. Femininity, sensuality and glamour: the new ladies' collection is launched. Its name: Shine. Bewitching and luxurious, overflowing with sensuality, Shine is an ode to beauty, an exhilarating blend of sensation and emotion. Its rounded curves and forms are remarkably feminine and the stunning brilliance of the diamond-studded steel case highlights its beauty. With the patented interchangeable bracelet system, Shine changes to match the mood and desires of the women who wear them. A true declaration of love… an ode to the eternal woman… Shine by RAYMOND WEIL has but one declared intention: to make women even more enchanting, today, tomorrow, forever! Celebrating 30 Years of Success. Elie and Pierre Bernheim – RAYMOND WEIL's 3rd generation – join the company, ensuring family continuity which is a guarantee of equilibrium, stability and durability to the Brand's partners. Launching of the Nabucco collection at Baselworld.
Louis Erard
History Today:  The company employs a staff of 20, nine of whom are watchmakers and technicians, the guardians of Louis Erard’s expertise. This expertise is made available to a few large brands for whom Louis Erard assembles watches…and the best is still to come with the 50,000th watch since the brand’s comeback leaving its workshops in November 2007. At the same time, it will be launching its new 1931 – Evolution line as well as its first line of ladies’ watches, Emotion.    2006    To celebrate its 75th anniversary, Louis Erard is reinterpreting its 1931 Collection in four new models and marking the event by replacing steel with gold.    2003    After 10 years’ silence, the Brand is taken over by private investors and ready for relaunch    1992    The company changes hands following serious financial problems, and transfers to Le Noirmont (JU)    1980    More sustained effort is put into the Louis Erard brand, with some success on the Asian markets    1942-1980     The main business remains casing for third parties    1945    The company becomes a public limited company    1942    Separation of the Louis Erard and Andre Perret families    1937    The company employs over 60 people    1931    Production of the first watches under the Louis Erard brand    1929    Formation of the Louis Erard companyCompany name: Louis Erard & Andre Perret a la Chaux-de-Fonds (NE)    1893    Birth of founder Louis Erard on 16 February.
Frederique Constant
History Most of the world's best known watch manufacturers are based in Geneve . Cross-fertilization between companies as well as co-operation with suppliers enable independent manufacturers to remain at the forefront of precision watch making. Watchmakers are the most important assets of a watch manufacturer, since each watch is individually assembled by hand. Watch making schools in Geneve and La Chaux-de-Fonds have educated most of the watchmakers at Frederique Constant. Many of them gained experience in the ateliers of renowned brands before joining Frederique Constant. Yet pure capabilities alone are only part of the equation; to be successful, a watchmaker at Frederique Constant must be truly passionate about his or her work.The name 'Frederique Constant' has been created from two names:Frederique:  Frederique Schreiner 1881-1969 Constant:     Constant Stas 1880-1967 The current Managing Director of Frederique Constant S.A., Peter Stas,is a 4th generation descendant of Mr. Constant Stas, who founded his company in 1904, making printed clock dials for the watch industry.    COMPANY PROFILE    Frederique Constant was established in its current form in 1988. Aletta Bax and Peter Stas launched their first collection in 1992, comprising six models fitted with Swiss movements and assembled by a watchmaker in Geneva. Frederique Constant is involved in all the stages of watch production, from initial design to final assembly.Watches manufactured under its trademark are either designed by Frederique Constant or by independent designers contracted for a specific series of models. Strong emphasis is placed on watch design to keep abreast of trends and customer preferences. Frederique Constant uses cutting-edge computer software, principally computer aided design software, to assist in the watch design and development process. Our mission is not to restrict the interest in Frederique Constant watches to a limited and elitist circle of connoisseurs but rather to a broader selection of appreciative enthusiasts who want to enjoy high quality classical watches at sensible prices.Frederique Constant has exhibited at the World Watch, Clock and Jewellery Show in Basel since 1995. As the company flourished, Aletta Bax and Peter Stas decided to move to Geneva themselves, to develop the brand in the heart of this watchmaking capital.  In 2000, Frederique Constant opened a new workshop in Chene-Bourg, an attractive commune within the city of Geneva, criss-crossed by narrow, busy streets and very popular with artists.In 2006, the company moved to a brandnew building in Plan-les-Ouates. The new Frederique Constant manufacture measures 3200 square meters, divided over four floors, offering an attractive working environment in the sectors of movement component production, calibre assembly, watch assembly, and extensive quality control. Numerically-controlled machines of the latest generation are located in a large atelier in the basement, where all component manufacturing is concentrated. Calibre and watch assembly, as well as state-of-the-art quality control is primarily organized on the first loor of the new Frederique Constant building. The building is also the brand'sinternationalheadquarters.During the past 12 years, Frederique Constant has grown consistently with 25-30% per year. In 2008, the company aims to produce and sell over 90’000 pieces. With its slogan ‘Live your passion’, Frederique Constant will continue with the passionate development and production of exciting new collections. Current plans give the company strong confidence that sustained growth will continue in the future.    NON PROHIBITIVE PRICES    One of the brand’s major assets is its quality/price ratio, which puts its watches within reach of a large consumer segment. A beautiful, stainless steel mechanical watch, for example, retails for under 750 Swiss francs, and there is a wide choice available, from a COSC-certified chronometer for less than 1000 Swiss francs, rising to hand-wound models in solid gold for under 3,000 Swiss francs.The Frederique Constant collection is built around high precision Swiss movements, most of them mechanical. The watches are classical, made from superior materials, and enhanced by pure lines and traditional decorative features like godroons, fluting and engine-turned surfaces. Most of the automatic movements are engraved with a Cotes de Geneve pattern and visible through the caseback. The watch movements require highly specialised production and adjustment techniques for perfectly made minuscule components such as wheels and gear trains.Few watchmakers today, even in Switzerland, are capable of producing high-precision complicated mechanical movements. The bejewelled pieces are set with precious stones of the highest quality. The straps are generally made of fine Italian leather, but the brand also offers its timepieces on an exclusive steel bracelet that is particularly strongand comfortable.
Saint Honore
History Since 1885, SAINT HONORE has been renowned as a Trendy Watchmaker synonymous with the world-famous “Paris style” and has created collections of unrivalled design.From Paris to New York and Tokyo to Dubai, the brand’s exceptional watchmaking expertise exerts an irresistible attraction on those who love contemporary timepieces.Backed by Swiss Made quality, a unique spirit, high-status materials and bold finishes, SAINT HONORE offers watches, jewellery and accessories that embody and interpret today’s desires.SAINT HONORE is a truly global brand with a presence in more than 50 countries and is a fast growing style icon and a creative force to reckon with. With its two production houses utilizing centuries old traditions and expertise and blending it with modern design trends, SAINT HONORE creates a contemporary collection designed to meet the tastes of discerning audiences worldwide. SAINT HONORE’s Tourbillon 1885 range has firmly established the brand’s credibility and technical virtuosity amongst the elite of watchmakers.
S.T. Dupont
History Simon Tissot-Dupont, the dynasty's founder, was just 25. He was born in Savoy to a family of millers.He was an enterprising and passionate young man who was determined to succeed in Paris.He recruited several talented craftsmen and established a prestigious leather goods workshop.In particular, he manufactured wallets and "maroquins", the attache-cases of the time, bearing the initials of senior civil servants. He was rapidly successful among Parisian high society.Soon, he became the official supplier to the Magasins du Louvre, which was a reference in the world for luxury accessories at the time. In the beginning of the roaring '20s, Andre and Lucien Dupont, Simon's sons, started to innovate: they created sumptuous travel cases, produced as one-of-a-kind pieces.In their salons on Rue Dieu in Paris, the Dupont brothers received the cream of international society. Their loyal customers included: the Maharajah of Patiala, who used to make sumptuous gifts to his one hundred or so favorites, Baron Maurice de Rothschild, the Duke of Kent, to name a few. The Duke of Windsor used to advise Lucien Dupont, and Al Capone discreetly dispatched his second-in-command to place an order.Cartier was also a client, for Paris and New York, as was Aspreys in London, since the Dupont travel cases were truly unique. "Strive for more beauty, for greater luxury", said Lucien Dupont. It was the era of euphoria of the years between the two wars, and the intensely creative Arts Deco period.The last travel case, in lavender blue leather, was made in 1947, as a wedding gift for Princess Elisabeth of England, the future Queen. How much did an S.T.Dupont travel case cost? The employees at the time replied: the price of a house.The Tissot Dupont brothers were looking for a "master plater" ("plaqueur" in French) expert in pure gold plating but a misprint changed the advertisement to "master lacquerer" ("laqueur").As it turned out, this proved to be a stroke of good fortune, and S.T.Dupont became the owner of secret that is well kept to this day: Chinese lacquer on metal.The first master lacquerer was an extraordinary character of Russian origin, Novossiltzeff, who had trained in the workshop of Jean Dunand, where the lacquer screens for the transatlantic liner, the Normandie, were made.He brazed the lacquer for five days straight and worked at night protecting himself from the dust in a tent of damp rags.Fortunately, his successors managed to transform these empirical methods into authentic and totally unique expertise. Given the scarcity of raw materials and customers at the beginning of World War II, Andre Dupont had the idea of using the lighter that was in the travel case of the Maharajah of Patiala.The leather-goods maker applied his gold-smith expertise and in 1941 invented the first pocket petrol lighter. In 1952 the patented, adjustable, gas lighter was a spectacular success.The Ligne 1 model, with a thousand and one variations since its creation is still a best seller.In the 1960's the lighter is a symbol of status and good taste, originating in a seductive gesture, a gift marking the entry into adulthood .owning a "Dupont" was no innocent affair.In the semi-darkness of the discotheques, it was recognizable from the noise it made, the famous metallic "cling", a unique sound, a sign of recognition among the elite and the initiated.The Brand took its place among the great names of the French luxury market and the lighter become its icon. The brand innovated by creating the first luxury jewelry pen. A ballpoint pen in solid silver, with a very refined line, the Classique.It was a ballpoint, because it was new, and they were the "in thing". The launch at Maxim's was a truly Parisian event.Next came watches, a return to fine leather goods and men's accessories: cufflinks, belts, tie bars, etc.In 1996 the writing instrument family was expanded with the « Olympio » range which today is available in four sizes spanning from mini to XL. The style is more asserted, and the brand is innovating while remaining faithful to its vocation as a brand of luxury and exceptional items.S.T.Dupont revisits its values and its graphic language and acquired its true dimension as a global luxury brand for men. It is capitalizing on its origins to innovate and offer emblematic creations of the same caliber of those of its past.Drawing inspiration from the exclusive crossed grain leather created in the 1930's for its sumptuous travel cases, the Brand launched a line of timeless leather goods : Contraste.The following year S.T.Dupont reinterprets the ancient travel cases in a contemporary way with the DJ Case and later on the Vice Case, ultimate symbol of refinement and expertise .In the same spirit of heritage revisited, the Windsor lighter, created especially for the Duke of Windsr back in 1952, was reedited in 2006.S.T. Dupont continues in its stride and capitalizes on its emblematic pattern, the Diamond Head. Truly iconic of the Brand, S.T. Dupont makes this decor the theme of 2005 and applies it to the very first luxury USB key, an innovative marriage between technology and glamour. 2007 | 135 years!The Brand celebrates its 135th Anniversary!
About usAs a first generation, non-family business, Waldman Diamond Company was built "stone by stone" over the past twenty-five years. In that short span of time we have become an integrated international group able to consistently meet our customers diverse requirements. At the same time we have defined ourselves by our integrity, never sacrificing this core value as the company forges ahead. We view our role in the diamond industry as more than the day to day trading of diamonds. We view our customers, our suppliers and ourselves as links in a chain, all interrelated and all working in unison to become stronger and more together. We are the bridge between the mining community and the retailer, all stakeholders with a common interest. It is our mission to become the preferred diamond supplier. Our uniquely qualified management team has been hand picked for their expertise in their respective areas, as well as for the ability to actualize the principles on which the company is founded. I am proud to introduce to you our management team and our methods of operation and invite you to join our ever growing family relationships, from miners to retailers.
History In 1898 an energetic young man aged 20 produced his first timepiece. So well was it received that the business of M. A. Rapport & Co was born. Maurice A. Rapport could have had no idea that the business that he had founded would become a household name in clockmaking and horology throughout the world and that the clocks produced by the company would find themselves gracing fine homes in all four corners of the globe.Four generations later the business remains a private limited company and still follows the philosophy, laid down by the founder, of innovation, quality and service continually investing in technology and customer care.Rapport horological products have always been stylish with quality in mind. Our latest ranges offer new and exciting designs, finished to the highest standard that you have come to expect. For the ultimate in horological expertise you need look no further than the Rapport Collection made exclusively for the connoisseur of fine products.
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