Bulgari

Bulgari

1884: The company Bulgari was founded by Greek silversmith Sotirio Boulgaris in Rome. 1940: Bulgari designs the first Serpenti watch designed to encircle the wrist and display the time within the snake’s head.

(Photographed above Guido Terrini, CEO)

Bulova

Bulova

Bulova is an American watch brand founded in 1875 and currently owned by Japanese conglomerate Citizen Watch Co.

With the exception of the first image, a new interpretation of the Accutron, the watches shown are taken from the Bulova museum collection normally housed in New York and presented at Baselworld.

Czapek

Czapek

François Czapek and Antoine Norbert de Patek, both Polish emigrants, met in 1836. Czapek invited his countryman Patek to delve into the realm of watchmaking. Together they founded the company Patek, Czapek & Cie on May 1. 1839.

(Photographed above Xavier De Roquemaurel, CEO)

Konstantin Chaykin

Konstantin Chaykin

The Konstantin Chaykin Manufacture is a Russian company. The head and founder, Konstantin Chaykin, is the only Russian watchmaker who is a member of the Académie Horlogére Des Createurs Indépendants. 

Chanel

Chanel

The Haute Couture house founded by Gabrielle CHANEL in the early 20th century presented its first collection of watches in 1987.

Chopard

Chopard

Founded by Karl Scheufele I in 1904, the company manufactured jewellery and watches in Germany’s “Gold City” Pforzheim.

Claude Meylan

Claude Meylan

The Claude Meylan brand refers to the watchmaking tradition of the Meylan family, which dates back to the first half of the 18th century.

(Photographed above Philippe Belais, CEO)

Cyrus

Cyrus

An independent and innovative Swiss brand established in 2010.

(Photographed above Jean François Mojon, technical director)