Kering Group Watch Brands

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Boucheron Now part of the Gucci group, Boucheron traces its origins to Frederic Boucheron, the first jeweler to occupy a space in the Place VendoƓme in Paris. Louis Boucheron established the brand's international reputation, designing custom pieces for the Maharaja of Patiala and for the Shah of Iran. Since 1858 this brand has combined its culture of modern adornment with the skill and expertise of Swiss watchmakers to produce highly fashionable timepieces.
Girard-Perregaux One of the few genuine Swiss 'manufactures', Girard Perregaux has supplied leading Swiss brands such as Cartier, Vacheron Constantin, Piaget and Ebel with its thin calibers 3000 and 3100. When making their own watches the company often uses their own calibers though they will also use a painstakingly reworked A. Schild or ETA movement. Girard-Perregaux has proven themselves to be a master of technically demanding pieces. The company holds multiple Tourbillion calibers, including the famed Three Gold Bridges originally created by Constant Girard-Perregaux in 1889. The longstanding relationship between Ferrari and Girard-Perregaux recently came to an end, but the company has channeled its love of racing chronographs to the new Laureato EVO3 and its passion for the race to the America's Cup and the BMW Oracle Team. Sea Hawks featuring the BMW Oracle logo as well as extremely rare Tourbillion models of the Sea Hawk have been produced in celebration of the union.
Founded: 1791
JeanRichard The JeanRichard brand was picked up in the early 90s by the parent company of Girard-Perregaux. The goal for Daniel JeanRichard was to provide an affordable, mechanical Swiss watch. Daniel JeanRichard has come out as an avante-garde brand, providing a contrast to traditions of Girard-Perregaux. DJR watches are consistently well-thought-out designs, with simplicity and durability in mind.
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Ulysse Nardin

In 1846, a 23-year-old watchmaker named Ulysse Nardin settled in Le Locle with the knowledge imparted on him by his father, Leonard-Frederic Nardin, and master watchmaker Frederic-William Dubois to create marine chronometers. For decades, the Ulysse Nardin company created chronometers for navies that set a high standard and were used by more than 50 armadas around the world.

Now, the company produces intricate mechanical watches, though their Marine line harkens back to the company's early days. After the 1983 acquisition by businessman Rolf Schnyder (in collaboration with watchmaker Ludwig Oechslin), Ulysse Nardin released their Trilogy of Time set -- the Astrolabium Galileo Galilei, the Planetarium Copernicus, and the Tellurium Johannes Kepler -- over the course of several years. The Astrolabium Galileo Galilei was named the world's most functional watch in 1989 by the Guinness Book of World Records, adding to the more than 4,000 awards won by the company. Other award-winning pieces by the company include the Freak Blue Phantom, a tourbillon watch with no real case, crown or hands, and the GMT +- Perpetual, which combines a perpetual calendar with the ability to move the hour back or forth with one-press buttons.

Founded: 1846
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