The Beyer Watch

The design of this watch emulates the giant timepiece that hangs outside the Beyer shop. It has served as a trademark for decades, and can be seen from a long way off on the Bahnhofstrasse.

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Breguet Classique / Ref. 8787

Ref. 8787BR/29/986
Automatic movement
Moon phase
Pink gold 750
Power reserve 38 hours
Case diameter 36,0 mm

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Breguet Classique Grandes Complications / Ref. 3797

Ref. 3797BR/1E/9WU
Handwinding movement
Tourbillon, perpetual calendar
Pink gold 750
Case diameter 41,0 mm

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Breguet Tradition Lady / Ref. 7038

Ref. 7038BB/1T/9V6/D00D
Automatic movement
87 brilliants 1,03 ct. TW if-vvs
Case diameter 37,0 mm
Power reserve 50 hours

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Breguet Marine Équation Marchante / Ref. 5887

Ref. 5887BR/12/9WV
Automatic movement
Tourbillon, perpetual calendar
Case diameter 43,8 mm
Power reserve 80 hours

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Breguet Classique Dame Phases de Lune / Ref. 9087

Ref. 9087BB/52/964
Automatic movement
Moon phase
White gold 750
Case diameter 30 mm
Mother-of-pearl face

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Breguet Marine / Ref. 5817

Ref. 5817ST/12/5V8
Automatic movement
Stainless steel
Water proof 100 m

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Breguet Classique Tourbillon extra-thin / Ref. 5377

Ref. 5377BR/12/9WU
Handwinding movement extra-thin
Tourbillon
Case diameter 42,0 mm
90 hours power reserve

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Breguet Reine de Naples / Ref. 8918BB

Automatic movement
White gold 750
170 diamonds 2.38 ct. / 1 diamond drop 0,26 ct.

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Breguet Les volants de la reine / Ref. 8924

Ref. GJ28BB8924DDS8
Automatic movement
273 diamonds 3,458 ct., 193 diamonds 1,07 ct., 11 baguettes 0,35 ct., 2 sapphire 0,59 ct.
Crown briolette diamond 0,28 ct.
38 hours power reserve

Breguet

The name of Breguet, one of the highest possible references among watchmaking craftsmen, is part of our cultural heritage. This unique positioning dates back to Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823) and his unique, innovative creativity, which his heirs and successors still uphold to this day with great dedication and devotion. Abraham-Louis Breguet was responsible for many pioneering discoveries. Here are just two of the milestones in horological history: In 1780, the young Breguet improved the automatic movement and since then has been regarded as the father of modern-day watchmaking. The Tourbillon rotating dolly, invented by Breguet around 1795 and patented in 1801, eliminated the effect of gravity on the precision of clocks and is still used in exclusive timepieces today.

The trademarks of Breguet watches are their blued steel hands with tips in the form of a hollowed-out apple and the fine guilloching of the face.

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